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Coral Restoration dives last weekend

Discussion in 'Florida' started by timg, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. timg

    timg Professional Photographer

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    We had a great weekend with Key Largo Dive Center doing maintenance work in the Staghorn nursery and on the Wellwood site/Molasses Reef.

    If you are coming to the Keys, please check with your dive shop to see if they book these trips. If you are a local, please plant a coral!

    The Coral Restoration Foundation has permits for planting coral in the Keys, and welcomes volunteers - individuals or groups.

    Photos here:

    Key Largo Dive Center participates in Coral Restoration | Coral Reef Restoration Logbook
     
    Last edited: Jan 28, 2012
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  2. moneysavr

    moneysavr Solo Diver

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    Great job, next time down we will have to get the gang on this! it's such a great cause, thanks for info!
     
  3. Rich Keller

    Rich Keller Solo Diver

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    Do you know if they have anything planned for the last week of March?
     
  4. mselenaous

    mselenaous Island girl ScubaBoard Supporter

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    What an ab fab weekend, very fulfilling to nuture baby corals. Key Largo Dive Center will be doing more of these dive triPS and other shops will be too. Check the CRF website and Facebook pages for updates. If youve got a small group KLDC can probablycan set one up for you.
     
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