Creating Concrete Reefs

By Richard Aspinall 5 years ago1 Comment

I’m fascinated by how conservationists create artificial reefs in the wild, but always thought they built them on the sea floor…not in this case!

A while back I was in the Windward Isles – Grenada to be exact – and was lucky enough to see some artificial reefs being made on land and then taken out to sea.  The video I shot shows how it’s done and, of course, the results underwater.

Marine conservation, Grenada

Uploaded by Aspinall Ink on 2015-09-15.

  Conservation, Reef

 Richard Aspinall

  (466 articles)

Richard lives in Scotland where he works as a freelance writer and photographer. Richard writes for several magazines on topics as diverse as scuba diving, travel and wildlife.

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