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Addressing Overfishing in Tela, Honduras

Your donation allowed us and our partners to ensure that a highly coveted lagoon and popular fish breeding ground was properly patrolled against illegal fishing. This, along with our previous efforts to set boundaries around fishing rights, led to a 483% increase in fish biomass in the lagoon.… Continue Reading →

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Catalog of Fish Species in Tela Bay, Honduras

Local fishers held a wealth of knowledge of the various fish species of the region, but that information wasn’t documented anywhere. Now, by partnering with the fishers to create detailed fish catalogs for the region, CORAL has helped preserve this vast local expertise and make it more accessible to the general public.

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Monthly Monitoring Protocol: Laguna de los Micos, Tela, Atlántida

The objective of this monthly lagoon monitoring program is to evaluate the state of fisheries in Laguna de los Micos to better understand the impact of lagoon closures. Although this methodology was developed for Laguna de Los Micos, this protocol can be implemented in any lagoon along the Honduran Caribbean coast.

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Fisheries Management Plan for Tela Bay, Honduras

The Fisheries Management Plan for Tela Bay seeks to establish a tool for the integrated and sustainable development of fishing activity in Tela Bay. The management plan seeks to achieve three main objectives that integrate three key areas for the management of fisheries resources: ecological, social and economic.

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Catalog of Fish Species in Trujillo and Laguna de Guaimoreto, Honduras

Local fishers held a wealth of knowledge of the various fish species of the region, but that information wasn’t documented anywhere. Now, by partnering with the fishers to create detailed fish catalogs for the region, CORAL has helped preserve this vast local expertise and make it more accessible to the general public.

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Wastewater Do’s and Don’ts

While this was designed for the residents of Puakō, Hawai’i, this infosheet is applicable to residents of or tourists visiting coastal communities where cesspools are in use around the world. Read through these best practices to make sure you’re doing your part to protect coral reefs.

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Clean Water for Reefs Puakō Citizen Science Report

CORAL teamed up with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and other experts to develop a monitoring plan designed to measure the impact of the wastewater infrastructure transition. Read the 2018 report water quality report to learn more about the program and its initial results.

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Hawai’i Hotel Reef Stewardship Guide

As many resorts in Hawai’i are situated along the shoreline, they play an important role in protecting the coastal ecosystem. This guide can help your property take stock of its own operations and find resources to assist in implementing new strategies within your own property.

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Recycled Water For Reefs

This resource guide was developed to assist West Maui’s resort and condominium properties in transitioning to recycled water for irrigation.

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West Maui Dirt-Biker Educational Sign

When riding a bike in the Wahikuli watershed, be sure to familiarize yourself with the boundaries of our reforestation project to avoid trampling native plants and to help us in our efforts to save Maui’s coral reefs.

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