Our Network Members
Our network is made up of restoration projects around the world. These network members deliver multi-species restoration techniques in combination with education and outreach programs for their local communities.
If you are interested in finding out more information about how to start a coral restoration project or how we can support an established project, please click below.
Reef Restoration Foundation is a not-for-profit social enterprise that is establishing ocean-based coral nurseries using a proven method, which is a part of the solution for a healthy Great Barrier Reef.
Reef Renewal Foundation Bonaire is an NGO founded in 2012. The project started with just a few corals in one nursery. Today, over over 22,000 corals have been outplanted back to Bonaire’s reefs.
Reef Renewal Foundation Cayman Islands was set up in 2021. In combination with coral restoration across the island, they are also concentrating their efforts on an SCTL disease treatment response plan for areas of reef that are currently affected.
Reef Renewal Foundation Curacao was set-up in 2015 after seeing the success of Reef Renewal Foundation Bonaire. To date, RRFC has managed to outplant over 9000 corals back to Curacao’s reefs.
Reef Renewal USA currently focuses on innovating and pioneering new coral restoration techniques. They currently work with over 15 coral species spread across three locations in the Florida Keys.
St. Vincent & the Grenadines
Reef Renewal SVG was set-up in 2020, after they decided to expand their kid’s program to include coral restoration. They currently have 10 coral trees and have outplanted close to 1000 corals back to the reefs.