Scuba diver at bottom of ocean floor with coral and school of fish and shark.

About

Reef Rescue Network

The Reef Rescue Network (RRN) was established by the Perry Institute for Marine Science (PIMS) as a network of non-profit organizations and for-profit businesses committed to improving the condition of coral reefs by restoring populations of corals and other species that will build coral reef resilience. The RRN fills a critical need for coral restoration and the building of resilience of coral reefs.

Science Based Coral Restoration

The Reef Rescue Network, together with the Perry Institute for Marine Science, builds coral nurseries, creates location-specific coral restoration goals, grows corals with in-site nurseries, and outplants corals to reefs. Additionally, they monitor the success of their restoration efforts from individual coral to the entire reef ecosystem.