Using Native Plants to Protect Coral Reefs

Using Native Plants to Protect Coral Reefs

In West Maui, Hawai‘i, CORAL’s Senior Program Manager Jennifer Vander Veur shares how our actions on land can impact what happens under the sea.

Run-off sediment is threatening nearby coral reefs and making it harder for them to survive. To address this problem, Vander Veur leads our efforts to protect coral reefs by using native plants to trap sediment before it reaches coral reefs. 

Learn how you can participate in our volunteer program in West Maui, by filling out our interest form. 

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