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Charity Overview 2017

Working with local people, regions and partners—from fishermen and government leaders to divers and scientists, the Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) unites communities to help save coral reefs. For every limited edition bottle purchased, $5 was donated to the Coral Reef Alliance to help save coral reefs - the ‘rainforests of the sea.' que Bottle directly contributed $2,500 to protecting the second largest barrier reefscape in the world in the southern Mesoamerican region.
In 2017, Honduras’ first coastal managed-access fishery was established in Laguna de Los Micos, creating an important model for fisheries reform in the southern MAR. With our support, CORAL helped ensure that these sites are part of a growing, connected network of governments and conservation partners–a network where corals adapt and thrive.

Working with local people, regions and partners—from fishermen and government leaders to divers and scientists, the Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) unites communities to help save coral reefs. For every limited edition bottle purchased, $5 was donated to the Coral Reef Alliance to help save coral reefs - the ‘rainforests of the sea.' que Bottle directly contributed $2,500 to protecting the second largest barrier reefscape in the world in the southern Mesoamerican region.
In 2017, Honduras’ first coastal managed-access fishery was established in Laguna de Los Micos, creating an important model for fisheries reform in the southern MAR. With our support, CORAL helped ensure that these sites are part of a growing, connected network of governments and conservation partners–a network where corals adapt and thrive.

Working with local people, regions and partners—from fishermen and government leaders to divers and scientists, the Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) unites communities to help save coral reefs. For every limited edition bottle purchased, $5 was donated to the Coral Reef Alliance to help save coral reefs - the ‘rainforests of the sea.' que Bottle directly contributed $2,500 to protecting the second largest barrier reefscape in the world in the southern Mesoamerican region.
In 2017, Honduras’ first coastal managed-access fishery was established in Laguna de Los Micos, creating an important model for fisheries reform in the southern MAR. With our support, CORAL helped ensure that these sites are part of a growing, connected network of governments and conservation partners–a network where corals adapt and thrive.