From Our Editors
The Coral Restoration Foundation takes an active approach to restoring coral reefs. Its teams grow and plant new coral clusters in reefs near the Florida Keys and in tropical water around Colombia and Bonaire. Since it started restoring reefs in 2003, the team has outplanted more than 10,000 corals in local reefs with an 80% survival rate. They focus on two varieties of threatened coral—staghorn and elkhorn—which then provide shelter for a variety of fish species and preserve a delicate ecosystem.