Thank you to all those who took part and came along to our Marine Mission Event at the end of January!

The event was a huge success with many islanders and visitors that came and supported our ‘Marine Mission’ to celebrate, discover and learn about how to protect the richness and biodiversity of Jersey’s marine environments. We hope everyone took away lots of knowledge about marine conservation and learnt all about the incredible work being carried out across the island!

Our next event will be aimed at Primary Schools, with KS2 classes being invited to join us with a class to celebrate World Oceans Day.

A huge thank you to all the exhibitors!

Action for Wildlife
Alderney Wildlife Trust
Aspiring Jersey Island Geopark
Blue Marine Foundation
British Divers Marine Life Rescue
Butterfield Bank
JICAS Dolphin Project
Environmental Department
Grace Bailey Underwater Photography
Jersey Biodiversity Centre

Jersey Life Boat Association
Jersey Marine Conservation Arts & Crafts
Jersey Marine Conservation Projects
Jersey Marine Conservation Touch Tank
Jersey National Park
Jersey Ramsar Management Authority
Healing Waves
John Ovenden Photography
Leithe Gie Art – Shell Decorating

Société Jersiaise Marine Biology Section
National Trust
Plastic Free Jersey
Ports of Jersey
Sea Cadets
Shaped by the Ocean Jewellery
Wet Wheels
Ocean Culture


The Butterfield design-a-tea towel competition is now closed.

Our judging panel have selected the ‘Puffer Squad’ Team design from First Tower as the overall winner!

The competition was run in partnership with Butterfield Bank Jersey and as part of our Marine Mission. We invited year four and five pupils to enter and create a tea towel design using the Butterfield template that celebrates Jersey’s wetlands, rock pools and the marine creatures found there, and demonstrates the importance these play in our island life.

The Jersey Marine Conservation Tea Towel

Elements from the designs from each of the schools that took part were combined, by local artist Heather Barette, to create a collage in the shape of the Jersey.

Get in touch if you would like to purchase!

(All money from the tea towel sales will go back to the charity for us to continue our work)

Check out our favourite designs from each of the other schools that took part!