We Research. We Educate. We Protect.

Jersey’s only dedicated marine conservation group, we ensure the waters we all love and cherish remain harmonious and prosperous.

What Can We Do For You?

The team here at Jersey Marine Conservation are truly passionate about making a difference. Over 5 years we have won 5 awards, testimonials to how valued our work is. We are not about rattling collection tins, we are about getting in some pretty chilly water, battling dangerous rip currents and getting the job done.

In Jersey and the surrounding Channel Islands the sea is so much a part of our lives we often take it for granted, but if it wasn’t here, or was destroyed we would be forgoing our responsibility to both community and the environment.

Through our proprietary data gathering, education and underwater photography we are able to protect our marine ecosystems for future generations.

Please contact us if you want to find out more about our mission.

Multi-Award Winning

In 7 years we have won 7 awards and counting…

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News

Girl Guides from all over NE England joined us for a beach clean and look at marine species. The Girls and their leaders diligently collected all sorts of rubbish between The Dice Shack and La Mare slip. Reports were completed listing the finds and a summary was sent to the Marine Conservation Society. Looking forward to seeing them again next year.

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Well done Bouley Bay Dive Centre Divers and members of Toyah's Yoga group for doing a great job clearing a number of Bays along the North coast. Lots of small bits of plastic hiding amongst the shingle. A remote cove west of L'Islet yielded over 20 Kilos of rope, cord and rubber bands from Lobster pot strings broken by the recent storms. Lets try to stop water bottles and packaging. Say no thanks to polystyrene trays and plastic bags. Join our rib team who will be busy cleaning the remote sights!

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CorbiƩre is a challenging dive even for the experienced with two sites split by the causeway. A calm day & low water neap tide is required. The walk out is exhausting for the fittest. Slackwater comes an hour earlier on the north side than the south. Access is via a long gully, tricky to climb into. Granite walls are covered in Pink Encrusting seaweed, a sponge like Bryozoan and many types of seaweed but particularly Golden Kelp. Currently there are lots of bits of wreckage probably from the sunken yacht.

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