It's time to work together.

Creating global action.

Currently the rates of change in our environment are far outpacing the intrinsic capacity of coral reefs to survive. Science has shown that there are solutions to these problems, but we need a global network of people to put these solutions into practice.

Reef Renewal Foundation International is growing a global network of restoration projects that can provide the link between science and global action.

Our Network Members

All our members vary in size, capacity, and restoration approach in order to best fit with the local communities they’re serving.

They are all united by one common goal, however – to restore coral reefs using innovative techniques supported by science and demonstrating through engagement and awareness programs that there is still hope for these ecosystems.

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Get Involved

We recognise that for small restoration projects in their infancy, the marketing, fundraising and engagement programs can seem difficult to juggle when the fieldwork is the most important part. RRFI has built an integrative training approach that can be tailored to each location and project, to provide the support exactly where it is needed.

Whether it’s help with your website, reaching out to donors or implementing a restoration monitoring program, RRFI supports their network members in any way possible.

We partner with the industry's best in education, communications and research to provide the best support for our network members, so they can focus on what they’re good at: giving reefs a helping hand.

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Support our work

Globally, over 50,000 corals have been restored back to the reefs by our network members. This could not have been achieved without the generous support of our donors and sponsors.

Donating to our global network ensures that your money goes directly to helping these projects continue returning corals back to the reef.


Coral spawning – what’s all the excitement about?
This week has been the predicted window for coral spawning for Acropora corals in the Caribbean. Our network members have been going out to monitor their restoration sites and record their findings. Below you can find the answers to some of the most common questions people have about spawning... What is coral spawning? Coral spawning ...

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Expanding our vision at Reef Renewal International
Here at Reef Renewal International, we are striving towards a future where reefs around the world are protected and restored; restoration best practices are shared and accessible, and ocean stewardship and awareness is adopted worldwide. For decades, issues facing the oceans and coral reefs have only been seen as a scientific issue, where solutions have ...

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Reef Renewal USA is awarded UAE grant!
United Way of Collier and the Keys (UWCK) announced on Thursday that Reef Renewal USA is to receive more than $176,000 for coral restoration efforts. This funding is part of the UWCK’s Revitalizing the Florida Keys through Reef Restoration and Beyond initiative, with support from the United Arab Emirates. RRUSA will be working with Florida ...

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