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How is 4Ocean Working With the CRF?

by 4Ocean Team March 26, 2018 7 Comments

How is 4Ocean Working With the CRF?

4Ocean has partnered with the Coral Restoration Foundation for the month of March.

We wanted to do more than just donate, our team wanted to get hands on and really help to make a difference.

Check out how we helped with taking care of the corals in the coral nursery, and how we helped to outplant corals onto coral reefs.

 



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Connie Supan, IHM
Connie Supan, IHM

May 22, 2018

Great teaming! Where I really want to be is Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean where I grew up, but here in Detroit I am able to at least join river clean-ups. On our street some of us are shoveling gruesome stuff going toward the storm drain right here and digging swales, neighbor by neighbor
to reroute the water back into the earth and reduce junk that is aimed structurally into the drain, river, Lake and on down to you. It’s something, I hope, struggling to build awareness and simple actions in the community.
I love your group and website. One day I might get to you after all.
In solidarity,
Connie Supan, IHM, Detroit, Michigan

Connie Supan, IHM
Connie Supan, IHM

May 22, 2018

Great teaming! Where I really want to be is Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean where I grew up, but here in Detroit I am able to at least join river clean-ups. On our street some of us are shoveling gruesome stuff going toward the storm drain right here and digging swales, neighbor by neighbor
to reroute the water back into the earth and reduce junk that is aimed structurally into the drain, river, Lake and on down to you. It’s something, I hope, struggling to build awareness and simple actions in the community.
I love your group and website. One day I might get to you after all.
In solidarity,
Connie Supan, IHM, Detroit, Michigan

Any
Any

April 11, 2018

You guys ROCK !

Rona Frye
Rona Frye

March 31, 2018

You have raised my awareness of the need for ocean clean-up and protection of the reefs. I bow down to you for stepping up to do this work. I will do my part from inland and promise to do my part when near the sea. Thank you!!!!!!

David Collins
David Collins

March 28, 2018

Love the work you are doing. Volunteering is an interesting proposition to consider on a trip to the keys.

Jim Goodsmith
Jim Goodsmith

March 28, 2018

When we were younger, we dove off Key Largo in the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. I was amazed and sad because we always came up with pockets full of trash.
A few times on cruise ships, we saw first hand of cargo vessel’s dumping several trash bags overboard. I think cruise ships stopped this practice long ago, but i don’t know for sure.
We dove in Bimini once. The marina was littered with beer bottles. We asked the waiter about it, he laughed and through our empties in the bay.

Elizabeth Núñez Peralta
Elizabeth Núñez Peralta

March 28, 2018

I loved your Job! You are really changing the world and people’s mentality!!!

I used to live in the Caribbean area, by now I live in France, Franche-Comté.
If you need any help doing publicity, posts or something else… just let me know!

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