On the Edge of Existence: Rediscovering a Lost Coral

Thank you to Jamie Craggs and Coral Spawning Lab for sharing your words and video. You are doing incredible work! “Happy to share ‘On the Edge of Existence: Rediscovering a Lost Coral Oxford Sparks micro-documentary we filmed earlier in the year figuring...

Illuminating Coral

We are excited to unveil Illuminating Coral, an eight-episode educational course created with our longtime collaborator John McSwain during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. The course, made exclusively with Parley for the Oceans, dives into the lives’ of coral,...

Acropora at Tidal Gardens – Then vs Now

We built the new Tidal Gardens facility to address issues we had with the greenhouse, specifically to grow Acropora better. Did we succeed? This video shows the difference in our Acropora then vs now!Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGdAIpjFq4vygKzXAyDKKtQ/joinhttp://www.tidalgardens.com#tidalgardens #coral #reefaquariumCopyright Information: This video was shot and edited by Tidal Gardens. Tidal Gardens owns all intellectual property rights to this content.0:00 Introduction 2:02 Temperature Control 4:42 Nutrient Control 7:30 System Size 8:40 Water Flow

10 Charged for Illegally Trafficking Corals from the Philippines

From the United States Attorneys Office Website. Keep Reading to learn more. You may know some of these people mentioned below. 10 Charged for Illegally Trafficking Corals from the Philippines ANCHORAGE – A federal grand jury in Alaska indicted three men on felony charges and seven additional individuals on misdemeanor charges related to violations of the Lacey Act and smuggling protected marine corals from the Philippines into the United States for retail sale. According to court documents, Jerome Anthony Stringfield, 43 of Kissimmee, Florida; Albert B. Correira, 35, of Westport, Massachusetts; and Allen William Ockey, 35, of Long Beach, California, are each charged with felony violations of conspiracy, violations of the Lacey Act and smuggling of corals from the Philippines. In separate filings, the following individuals are each charged with misdemeanor
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