Project Seahorse's latest annual report is now online.
In it you'll find stories and highlights from our innovative and interdisciplinary conservation work over the past year.
In 2014, we published trailblazing new research which shows that women play a much more significant role in fisheries than previously thought, and that their contributions must be taken into account by resource managers and governments if we're going to get marine conservation right.
iSeahorse, our citizen science program, meanwhile yielded surprising new scientific insights and prompted new engagement for seahorse conservation.
We also expanded two of our marine protected areas in the Philippines, we tackled trawling, one of the world's most destructive fishing practices, we published new trade analyses, key biological research, and much more.
With our signature approach to conservation — blending research and action — Project Seahorse accomplished big things in spite of our small size, and we couldn't have done it without you.
On behalf of everyone at Project Seahorse, we sincerely thank our donors, collaborators, and team members for their tireless support and engagement. Together let's create many more reasons for optimism about our oceans!