Our Projects

The St Agnes Marine Conservation Group runs or is involved with various projects to better the conservation of the VMCA and surrounding areas.

 

More information about the projects currently running and how to get involved.

 

  The Beach Ranger Project is a team of volunteer Rangers who deliver marine information and educate the public  about marine conservation at one of Cornwall’s most biodiverse coves – Trevaunance Cove St Agnes home of St Agnes Voluntary Marine Conservation Area. The project is run by the Head Ranger managing a team of Rangers … Continue reading »

We are a community group getting volunteers together to help clean up the beach and raise awareness of the problem of plastic pollution in the marine environment.   Marine litter is harmful to marine wildlife and birds as they can get tangled in litter or confuse it for food and consume it causing it to … Continue reading »

We record wildlife sighting within and around St Agnes to better the conservation and management of the VMCA   Members of the St Agnes MCG conduct regular seabird surveys along the cliffs, or sea watches for cetaceans from St Agnes head. We also take part with CWT and ERCCIS surveys taking place with in the … Continue reading »