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ReMeMaRe 2024

£ 135 gbp
Wed, 10 Jul 2024, 10:00 BST – Thu, 11 Jul 2024, 13:00 BST
The Scarborough Spa, Scarborough Map
Dates Breakdown
Wed, 10 Jul 2024, 10:00–17:00 BST
Thu, 11 Jul 2024, 09:00–13:00 BST
ReMeMaRe 2024
ReMeMaRe 2024


If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please email diana.hunt@coastms.co.uk

 We look forward to welcoming you to the Restoring Meadow, Marsh and Reef (ReMeMaRe) 2024 conference. Bringing together restoration practitioners, Government bodies, environmental Non-Government Organisations (eNGOs), industry and businesses, from across the United Kingdom, with a shared vision to restore our estuaries and coasts. Providing a welcoming space for knowledge exchange and discussion on the latest developments in coastal restoration science, practice, and policy.

Following feedback last year, we will be extending the event this year, to give us a day and a half of inspiring talks and networking opportunities to maximise its value to participants. We hope you will join us.

For the Conference Programme please click here

ReMeMaRe Session themes

1.       Restoration in Action

We want restoration projects across the UK to share their experiences – good and bad, to help us all develop best practice. This session will showcase pioneering examples of restoration on the ground.

2.       Investing in Restoration

We know that securing funding is one of the main challenges to restoration, therefore this session will discuss business needs and what we need to boost investor confidence in estuarine and coastal restoration.

3.       Restoration through collaboration.

Exploring how working in partnership brings multiple benefits to restoration. Whether through working with communities and using citizen science approaches, with the additional societal well-being this participation provides, or between organisations and sharing resources to achieve common goals.

4.       Science

During this session we will host talks that present the most recent scientific findings relating to the ReMeMaRe focus habitats (oyster reefs, seagrass, saltmarsh/es, kelp), that are of relevance to informing and delivering restoration at scale.

5.    Evolving policy and regulation

This session will focus on what evolution is necessary in policy and regulation to enable projects to accelerate their delivery, so we achieve our ambitious restoration targets.

Sponsorship opportunities are available, for more details please click here

Booking Conditions:

Rates include refreshments, food and drinks reception

Each place is for one named delegate only and may not be shared between delegates. Delegates will be required to register on each day they attend.

Refunds for cancellations will only be issued up to Tuesday 28th May (less a £50 administration fee); named whole-ticket substitutes are permitted with notice to diana.hunt@coastms.co.uk by Thursday 4th July 2024

Delegates will have access to names & organisations on the online delegate list conference page if they opt-in at registration.

Details of our data protection policy are available here

With Thanks to our Sponsors (click on the names below to visit their websites)

ABPmer | ARC Marine  | Artecology | Association of IFCA | Cefas 

Environment Agency | ECSA | Howell Marine Consulting  |Jacobs | JBA 

Natural England | NCEA programme  | Pelagos | Rebalance Earth | RPS

SAMS Enterprise | Seagrown | Stronger Shores | The Crown Estate 

Wilder Humber


Environment Agency



The Scarborough Spa, Scarborough