Partners and Collaborators

We are thankful for the many partners, funders and collaborators that have contributed, since 2013, towards making iSeahorse the success it is.

Project Seahorse is an award-winning team that has made measurable gains in marine conservation around the world. We build knowledge and then translate it into effective action, creatively and collaboratively.

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.

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 a Senior Technical Advisor at ZSL.

The John G. Shedd Aquarium, a nonprofit organization dedicated to public education and conservation, is among one of the world’s largest indoor aquariums.

iNaturalist, one of the world’s leading citizen science organizations, is a place where you can record what you see in nature, meet other nature lovers, and learn about the natural world.

Guylian Belgium Chocolate is a major sustaining sponsor of Project Seahorse’s research and marine conservation projects around the world, including iSeahorse.

Harmsworth Trust UK, iSeahorse benefits from their generous support.

Sea of Change Foundation funds conservation and research initiatives that directly impact the natural world we all love to enjoy and explore.

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.

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 supports projects founded on good science, community involvement and pragmatism.

Hippocampus, 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.

New Heaven Reef Conservation Program

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.

Hippocampus histrix (Thorny seahorses). By Herwig Helsen / Guylian Seahorses of the World
[Updated 22 February 2022]

[Updated 3 February 2022]