SCIENCE

OUR APPROACH IS GUIDED BY RESEARCH

 

We work with 303 coral genotypes across 11 species, to ensure that we are restoring the reefs' genetic diversity and resilience. 

 

We rigorously monitor our outplanted corals and use data to inform our strategic development. 

 

We work with government agencies including NOAA, universities, NGOs, and others.

 

RESTORATION

WE ARE ACTIVELY RESTORING CORAL REEFS ON A LARGE SCALE

 

We grow corals in offshore Coral Tree™ Nurseries, and then outplant them out onto carefully selected sites. 

 

Since 2007, we have now planted more than 100,000 critically endangered staghorn and elkhorn corals back onto the Florida Reef Tract.

 

Many of these corals have now grown into thriving colonies with the ability to spawn, kick-starting the reefs' natural process of recovery.

 
 

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