The goal of the SEABASED Project (SeabasedMeasures in Baltic Sea Nutrient Management) is to reduce the consequences of eutrophication in the Baltic Sea. The project will assess measures that seek to improve the status of the marine area by reducing the internal load of the sea. Some of the measures can also support the circular economy by recycling nutrients from the sea to land. Moreover, the project will pilot selected measures in the coastal area. The objective of the project is to engage various stakeholders of society in an open dialogue on the benefits and risks of the measures, and their applicability for the Baltic Sea. The project is led by the John Nurminen Foundation, and project partners are the ELY Centre of Southwest Finland, Government of Åland, the ÅlandFishfarmers’ Association, Stockholm University, County Administrative Board of Östergötland, and the Baltic Works Commission. The project is partly financed by the EU Interreg Central Baltic programme, and its total budget is approximately €2.8 million.