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When 8-year-old Maya learned about coral reefs, she was instantly intrigued by their vibrant colors, unique characteristics, and the countless benefits they bring to ocean wildlife and coastal communities. She also felt scared and deeply upset after finding out that coral reefs are declining at...

Can coral restoration save coral reefs? That’s a question we at CORAL have been asked time and time again. It’s a good question—but it’s also a complex one. The answer may not be what you think. The Risks with Growing and Planting Corals In many scientific communities,...

Let’s travel to the island of Maui, Hawai‘i—a place of natural beauty, rich culture, and of course, vibrant coral reefs that we work tirelessly to protect. In 2022, we have advanced our watershed restoration project in West Maui, which focuses on decreasing sediment runoff that...

Thank you, gracias, mahalo. From all of us at CORAL, we want you to know that we are so grateful for your generous support in 2022. Your gift to save coral reefs helps support countless coastal communities and protect marine species that rely on these vital...

We are proud to announce Charity Navigator, a charity assessment organization, has officially granted CORAL a four-star rating for its excellence as a highly effective charity. This is the best possible rating and it signifies that we are meeting or exceeding industry standards and best...

For Immediate Release: November 10, 2022 Contact: Ayano Hayes, Watershed Biologist, (916) 216-8355‬, ahayes@tirn.net Todd Steiner, Executive Director, (415) 488-7652, tsteiner@tirn.net Photo Credit: Bud Vieira Naturalist-led Creek Tours Being Offered to the Public Marin County, CA—The gentle rains of the last week have brought endangered coho salmon back to Lagunitas Creek...

Set gillnets are among the deadliest fishing gear still threatening our oceans and the most vulnerable sea life. The harmful toll of these antiquated fishing nets is widely known—different marine species, including the critically endangered leatherback sea turtle, are at risk of entrapment, drowning, and...