"To protect, document, and restore coral reefs through action, education, and legislation."

Clean Reefs Research Grant Award Winner: Patrick Nichols

Check out his research and what he is doing for our oceans and coral reefs. 

Koloa Landing Dive Site Clean Up

Clean Reefs just completed the Koloa Landing Dive Site Cleanup. There was a lot of fishing gear causing harm to the coral. It was collected off of live healthy corals to prevent further harm. Mary Anne and the shore crew cleaned up washed up debris from the shoreline. There were about  20 participants both in and out of the water. Clean Reefs also participated with Nudi Wear, Sea Sport Divers, and Project Aware.  Clean Reefs will continue to partner with these groups in the future to keep our corals and oceans clean from man-made debris. 

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News updates from around the World

Starbucks ditches plastic straws


Hawai'i Bans Toxic Sunscreens

Toxic Sunscreens ≠ Healthy Coral Reefs 

Aftermath of Hurricane Irma

Homes, cars, boats, etc. destroyed and washed out to sea