Monday, 24 October 2016

Become a Friend of Muddy Marine Conservation Zones

Mud habitats in the Irish Sea are home to diverse communities of marine life but these undersea landscapes have already been damaged, fish stocks have declined and species are at risk.

To protect our seas, the UK Government are designating a network of Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs) – areas of seabed where marine wildlife and habitats are protected. The Wildlife Trusts will be working hard to ensure the third and final round of sites is ambitious enough to give our seas the protection they deserve. But we need your help.

Please join our growing team of ‘Friends of muddy Marine Conservation Zones’ and help to ensure our marvellous mud gets the protection it needs.

Become a Friend of muddy Marine Conservation Zones to:

Get email updates to find out more about our mud campaign and our local and regional work to help save marine habitats and wildlife in the Irish Sea
Get guidance on how to respond to the third and final consultation on MCZs in 2017 and ensure your voice is heard
Get additional updates from your local Wildlife Trust

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