Visual: blue background with CRF™ logo and CFC numbers 43833
blue background with CRF™ logo and CFC numbers 43833
Looking through the ocean waves at a CRF™ boat
Music begins and narrator speaks (script in full below)
CRF™ staff sitting in front of a boat marina begins to talk about what CRF™ does
A CRF™ Coral Tree™ nursery with full, healthy staghorn corals is shown and a diver swimming through the water
Staghorn corals that have been returned to the wild grow and fuse into thickets on the reef. Briging life back to a barren area
CRF™ staff pass a plastic crate filled with corals over the side of a boat to another CRF™ staff SCUBA diver waiting at the surface of the water to grab the corals and submerge them
CRF™ staff narrator in front of a boat marina
SCUBA divers swim through a forest of underwater Coral Trees™
Students watch a video presentation inside a colorful classroom decorated like a coral reef
Young girls decorate a posterboard to look like a coral reef with help from a CRF™ staffer
Healthy elkhorn corals grow on a barren reef crest. They are bright orange and bring vibrant patches of color to an otherwise grey reef.
A CRF™ SCUBA diver pushes a staghorn coral into the soft apoxy that ‘glues’ the coral to the reef. This one staghorn fragment is surrounded by many other staghorn fragments that have already been secured.
Two SCUBA divers, a CRF™ staff and a volunteer, carry a plastic crate filled with tools as they swim over top of the reef.
Coral Restoration Foundation™ is the world’s largest non-profit dedicated to restoring genetically diverse coral reefs. We raise corals in open ocean offshore nurseries and return them to the wild. There are so many ways to get involved with CRF. If you want to be actively involved in our restoration work a great introduction to that are our Dive and Snorkel Programs. Our education programs offer the opportunity for people to learn about coral reefs, which in turn helps to spread awareness. We provide virtual presentation, classroom lessons, and even online downloadable free resources. Visit coralrestoration.org today to see all the ways you can get involved.