Partners, funders, & collaborators
Project Seahorse is a marine conservation group committed to the conservation and sustainable use of the world’s coastal marine ecosystems. Our work has been recognized with many international awards and honours, including the Rolex Award for Enterprise and the Whitley Award in Animal Conservation.
Visit their website at www.projectseahorse.org.
The University of British Columbia's Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries hosts most of Project Seahorse's international team. Project Seahorse director Dr. Amanda Vincent is a UBC faculty member.
Visit their website at www.oceans.ubc.ca.
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) hosts Project Seahorse's UK team. Dr. Heather Koldewey, Project Seahorse's co-founder and manager of field programs, is Head of Marine and Freshwater Conservation Programmes at ZSL.
Visit their website at www.zsl.org.
The John G. Shedd Aquarium, a nonprofit organization dedicated to public education and conservation, is among one of the world’s largest indoor aquariums. A longtime supporter and partner of Project Seahorse, Shedd currently works with them in Southeast Asia to build local capacity for monitoring and managing seahorse populations.
Visit their website at www.shedd.org.
One of the world's leading citizen science organizations, iNaturalist is a place where you can record what you see in nature, meet other nature lovers, and learn about the natural world.
Visit their website at www.inaturalist.org.
Guylian Belgium Chocolate is a major sustaining sponsor of Project Seahorse's research and marine conservation projects around the world, including iSeahorse. Its commitment to marine conservation is matched only by the excellence of its chocolates.
Visit their website at www.guylian.com.
iSeahorse benefits from the generous support of Harmsworth Trust UK.
The Whitley Fund for Nature (WFN) is a UK registered charity offering awards and grants to outstanding nature conservationists around the world. WFN locates and recognises some of the world’s most dynamic conservation leaders and support projects founded on good science, community involvement and pragmatism.
Visit their website at whitleyaward.org.
Synchronicity Earth's mission is to scale up and deepen the impact of environmental philanthropy and to deliver effective solutions to some of the biggest problems of our time. It works to identify global priorities for conservation, gaps in funding, and barriers to action, seeking out solutions that are innovative, effective, and sustainable, and partnering with organisations that can deliver results.
Visit their website at www.synchronicityearth.org.
Hippocampus is the official magazine for NELOS Dive Association, and a valued supporter of the iSeahorse initiative. The magazine and the organization are important resources for over 10,000 divers in Belgium and beyond. Hippocampus can be downloaded here.
Visit their website at www.nelos.be.
New Heaven Reef Conservation Program
Visit their website at www.newheavendiveschool.com.
We gratefully acknowledge the support, enthusiasm and advice of EpiCollect, iSpot, and all the photographers who participated in Guylian's Seahorses of the World Photo Competition.