coral fragment on nursery rope Monitoring a new nursery Coral nursery diver Restored reef

Coral Reef CPR Corporation

Org #47556
Vetted since 2018
2016
year founded
$1,087
raised on GlobalGiving
6
months fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

Coral Reef CPR was established to conserve, protect and restore the world's coral reefs through research, reef rehabilitation, education and outreach, and citizen involvement. Our aim is to create change in countries with coral reef environments. Our in-country programs involve: (i) habitat characterization, reef assessment and monitoring; (ii) reef clean-up activities and removal pest species (iii) ecological restoration; (iv) education and training of local communities, school children, resort and dive center staff and tourists; and (v) outreach and raising awareness. (vi) user group participation in conservation activities. Our goal is to enhance the capacity of local communities,... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Andrew Bruckner
Andrew Bruckner
Team
Andrew Bruckner, Georgia Coward, Anderson Mayfield
Organization Information
http://www.coralreefcpr.org
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1318 Excaliber Ln
Sandy Spring, MD 20860
United States
3013354690

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1674572445
Organization Information
http://www.coralreefcpr.org
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
1318 Excaliber Ln
Sandy Spring, MD 20860
United States
3013354690

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1674572445

Project Reports

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Jun 8, 2018
Coral restoration using nursery-grown corals
With the assistance of the donations you provided through GlobalGiving, Coral Reef CPR was able to complete a coral restoration project in South Malé Atoll, Maldives, where we transplanted over...
 
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