Mesoamerican Reef Fund (MAR Fund)

To inspire innovative, transnational solutions to critical Mesoamerican reef issues through providing meaningful, long-term financial support and trustworthy reef management advice so that future generations can enjoy and benefit from a thriving reef.
Empowering Fishing Communities in the MAR Reef
Hwy 7E, Finca Cruz Raxmax, Guatemala
(15.45368, -89.56055)
In Quintana Roo, Mexico, fishermen have started a battle on their own against this predator. They need our support.
Mexico
(20.02634, -87.01172)
La Graciosa Bay is a very important feeding and reproductive place for several fish comercial species. This is where the co-management area and the fisheries recovery sites were established.
Guatemala
(15.85177, -88.52328)
Carretera del Litoral, El Salvador
(13.97814, -90.00000)
Punta Gorda town was the host of the Fifth Tri National Fisher Forum
Main Middle Street, Punta Gorda, Belice
(16.10295, -88.80202)
The Belizean barrier reef complex is also a hot spot of the lionfish invasion.
Belice
(17.19467, -88.06641)
The Gulf of Honduras, a beautiful natural site shared by Belize, Guatemala and Honduras ha also been infested by lionfish.
(16.01554, -88.24219)
The Honduran Bay Islands Complex is one of the sites most affected/invaded by lionfish in the MAR Reef
Honduras
(16.18443, -85.95703)
The Mesoamerican Reef is a jewel of the Caribbean that is now being threat by the lionfish
1505 N Main St, Bloomington 61701, Honduras
(16.24461, -86.71552)

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