Western Australia's seagrass meadows and Tasmania's giant kelp forests have been devastated by a warming ocean environment. Active restoration is a potential approach to conserving these habitats and the Hub is supporting the search for new approaches. At the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, Hub researchers are working with Malgana Traditional Owners to develop seeding and shoot planting techniques for seagrasses affected by the 2011 marine heatwave. In Tasmania, we're outplanting patches of micro-sporophytes grown from remnant individual giant kelp that have survived in warmer, nutrient-poor conditions.