Coral Vita uses cutting-edge methods developed at marine institutes around the world - growing corals up to 50x faster than in nature while boosting their resilience against climate change - to restore reefs in the most effective way possible.
Coral farming is the process whereby fragments of corals are collected from local reefs, raised in farms until mature, and then installed at the restoration site. After decades of scientific, small-scale, and community-based projects around the world, this has been shown to be a viable method for restoring degraded reefs. With the advent of innovative coral farming techniques, now is the time to launch large-scale restoration efforts to revive and protect our world’s valuable and threatened coral reef ecosystems.
Coral Vita is continuing to innovate on the microfragmenting process pioneered by our advisor Dr. David Vaughan. This method allows us to accelerate coral growth rates by up to 50x, growing mature species in months rather than decades while vastly expanding the diversity of species for restoration.
Coral Vita’s Mission to Restore Reefs
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