Coral Chronicles 


Evolution

Evolution

By: Katherine Wood Evolution. It’s inevitable. In our world, it’s evolve or get left behind and in this case, being left behind equals extinction. This concept holds true for our organization today. Coral Restoration Foundation has undergone some changes; it has... read more
Restoring Hawaii’s Reefs: Sucking away the algae

Restoring Hawaii’s Reefs: Sucking away the algae

By: Megan Williams Coral Restoration Foundation is hard at work each day to restore the reefs in the Florida Keys. The decline of the once dominant reef-building species, Staghorn (Acropora cervicornis) and Elkhorn (Acropora palmata) corals, are due to a number of... read more
Journeys to Conservation

Journeys to Conservation

By: Emma Thomson Now, it’s easy enough to go online and read about the new interns, learn how they found their way to Coral Restoration Foundation and be done with it, but that just seemed a little too impersonal. A couple lines to encompass an entire life couldn’t... read more

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