OUR EFFORTS

We are glad to share with you once again, more achievements of

this 2nd  quarter of 2021We are very hopeful to continue making considerable changes in the conservation of our amazing reef in this challenging year. 

Reducing Threats to The Reef by Remembering Loved Ones

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In recent months there were 6 new moorings added around the island, with the majority commemorating loved ones who recently passed.  > Read More 

Jetskis: A new threat to the reef

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These illegal watercraft generate great concern since the use of these particularly at high speeds in our precious waters can put people’s lives at risk, cause mechanical damage to the reef and its inhabitants. > Read More 

Coral Restoration Ambassador and Adventurer Courses

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The RMP Coral Restoration Program involves both growing baby corals in the coral nursery, as well as out-planting coral fragments onto the reef. > Read More 

Fish Spawning Aggregations (FSA) are the key to sustainable fisheries

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Fish spawning aggregations are incredibly important events that support many fish populations in marine ecosystems.

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Increasing Knowledge and Awareness of the Community  on the Reef

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Besides inspiring the local communities, our program has always focused on increasing the knowledge and awareness of children and adults on reef conservation.

 > Read More 

Joining Forces to Mitigate Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD)

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Our work with SCTLD never stops. We continued our monthly monitoring of  21 sites around the island.

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Expanding Paths for Female Entrepreneurship and Local Economic Development in Roatan

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A series of workshops were developed with a group of 20 women from the Community of Crawfish Rock with the goal of raising awareness on the threats to the reef such as unsustainable fishing practices. > Read More 

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