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IntelliReefs Proven to Increase Fish Aggregation Island Fishing Traditions More Fish From Reef Life ART Dive Reefs for Island Reef Restoration

Reef Life Foundation

Org #73781
Vetted since 2020 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2016
year founded
$8,457
raised on GlobalGiving
27
days fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

REVITALIZE, RESTORE & PROTECT MARINE ECOSYSTEMS THROUGH SCIENCE Created by scientists to build stronger, more climate resistant coral reef substrates which have higher fish aggregation than depleted natural reefs, providing food, coastal protection and aquaculture habitats. Reef Life Foundation's artificial reef system, named IntelliReefs, acts as an enhanced substrate, specifically engineered to promote marine species biodiversity through site-specific material substrates called Oceanite. Oceanite is an advanced porous material designed to increase the surface area per square meter while maintaining structural integrity and durability. The high-level strength of Oceanite allows our... read more

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Melody Brenna
Melody Brenna
Josh Hanes
Josh Hanes
Emily Higgins
Emily Higgins
Team
Josh Hanes, Emily C Higgins, Kim Decoste, Guyon K Brenna, Ian Kellett
Organization Information
2618 Eastbourne Dr
Cottonwd Hts, UT 84121
United States
+1 806 674 6072
Organization Information
2618 Eastbourne Dr
Cottonwd Hts, UT 84121
United States
+1 806 674 6072

Project Reports

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Jun 18, 2020
First Coral Recruits Settled on Our NanoTech Ocean Reefs
https://www.reeflifefoundation.org/post/intellireefs-coral-restoration-nano-tech  Full Report Link Reef Life Restoration has developed a nanotechnology-based artificial reef system that can...
 
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