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Let’s visit, evaluate and save Varadero! The Cartagena Reef Check is your opportunity to help protect the only coral reef in Cartagena Bay. Varadero is a reef that has survived more than 500 years of human pressure. With your participation, you contribute to the management and research that seeks to protect this surviving heroic reef in the area.
This course was designed by the Reef Resilience Network to provide coral reef managers and practitioners with best practice guidance for common coral reef restoration techniques. Lessons incorporate new science, case studies, and management practices described in the Reef Resilience Toolkit.
The Isla Fuerte Reef Check is your opportunity to evaluate the health of Colombia´s southernmost insular coral reefs, experience first-hand in hand the strong relationship an island community has with coral reefs, and be surprised of how nature tries to resist to our fight for survival. One last point: you get to dive the famous but least studied Bajo Bushnell!
The Maldivian Coral Reef Restoration Workshop is an intensive full-time 80 hours’ hands-on, in-water practical program. In addition to providing an experience on what is involved in coral reef restoration using the coral reef gardening concept, the workshop touches on current best practices, appropriate design, logistics, and evaluation of a restoration project.
Come and monitor the health of Colombia´s largest and healthiest coral reef. Also, you had the opportunity and privilege to witness sharks and turtles, an indicator that Providence’s coral reefs are still healthy.
You will upgrade your Meaningful Diving training to Reef Repair Diver. After completing the program, you will understand when active reef restoration is required; describe how we are trying to bring coral reefs back to life; be able to stock, maintain and monitor corals in underwater nurseries; be able to outplant nursery-grown corals with cement at restoration sites.