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Utila Coral Restoration is a conservation and research project which aims to restore the reefs around Utila, Honduras and to recover the critically endangered populations of both Acropora Cervicornis (Staghorn Coral) and Acropora Palmata (Elkhorn Coral) species. Our project is focusing on restoration efforts of these species, community-wide education, as well as ongoing research on the reefs of the area.

Through the use of successful nursery and restoration techniques, we will improve the live coral cover on Utila and raise educational awareness of both residents and visitors to Utilas reefs.

You can be a part of the effort to restore Utila’s Reefs!


We’re here because of support by these great partners that share our vision of a healthy and thriving coral reef in Utila.

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