Cayman Coral Trees
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Cayman Coral Trees

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The Coral Restoration Foundation is dedicated to creating offshore nurseries and restoration programs for threatened coral species. These programs have allowed us to take the lead in new nursery and restoration techniques that are now implemented worldwide.

Visit the Coral Restoration Foundation's website to learn more.
Cayman Island Dept. of EnvironmentSea of Change Board Members and Cayman Islands Department of Environment

L-R (Front) SOC Board Member Wayne Hasson, Gina Ebanks-Petrie, Ken Nedimyer
(Back) SOC Board Member Jerry Beaty, Tim Austin, John Bothwell and SOC Board Member John Witherspoon

Ken NedimyerKen Nedimyer
Coral Restoration Foundation
Cayman Coral Nursery Project 2016
Sea of Change is extremely excited to have donated the funds, materials, training and resources to Cayman Islands companies who were issued permits by the Cayman Islands Department of Environment to begin coral nurseries to grow coral.  Four genotypes of elkhorn coral and five genotypes of staghorn coral from a total of five different locations were planted in Grand Cayman. Most of the staghorn coral came from water that was about 50’ deep, and most of the elkhorn coral came out of about 30’ of water.  The nurseries are located in about 20 feet of water and should recover nicely within a month.

Sea of Change would like to thank Ken Nedimyer, President and Founder of the Coral Restoration Foundation and Patti Gross for their hard work and dedication to the project.

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