Reef Futures 2018

Training

Reef Ecologic, together with the Coral Restoration Foundation, NOAA and Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary hosted a youth leaders workshop, Reef Restoration and Its Relevance to the Next Generation, to discuss and share ideas on reef restoration and solutions to improve the health of the world’s reefs and oceans.

Reef Restoration and Its Relevance to the Next Generation
Invitation to participate in a Youth Leaders Workshop
December 11, 2018

At this important time Reef Ecologic were proud to share a wonderful opportunity with youth from Florida to be a part of an international coral reef restoration and interventions  symposium in December, 2018. This was a fantastic opportunity to engage a select few of the next generation to discuss restoration options for the coral reefs and how they may become active participants in future restoration initiatives. More to come

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