20/04/2023

Restoring Reefs Together

One of the core pillars of BRANCH coral is to protect, restore and improve the coral reefs around our island. How? By building and maintaining coral nurseries for endangered coral species. Currently we have 15 nursery trees filled with 300 endangered staghorn coral fragments on our partnering housereefs. These fragments are being monitored and cleaned every week by a team of volunteers. Sign up for our volunteer program to join in and help us restore our reef. An Inspiring Future: Next Steps We strive to set up more nurseries on the island and throughout the Caribbean. To achieve this, we need your support. By donating and adopting a coral, you are directly helping to restore our reef, one coral at a time. Your donation will make it possible for us to build our next nurseries. As a coral parent, you get to name your coral on our website and recieve regular updates on their growth and progress. Individuals and or corporations can also choose to sponsor a whole coral nursery tree. Your logo will be visible along with an acknowledgement thanking you and stating that the tree has been made possible by you/your corporation. BRANCH coral strives to restore coral reef ecosystems on multiple fronts. Not only via coral nurseries but also by monitoring and restoring other inhabitants of healthy coral reefs, such as important herbivores. With the use of the latest innovations in coral reef restoration technology we try to achieve this goal.

Restoring Reefs Together