THE MISSION OF CORALL

“Is to foster the Conservation and Restoration of Coral Reef Ecosystems in Barbados for the Well Being of All.”

The “All” in the mission includes all people, animals, plants, and elements in our environment, and is intrinsic to the acronym, “CORALL”.

The Alliance is founded on the principals of community engagement and building capacity for the conservation of coral reefs in Barbados

This means that we all make a very important contribution to the planet - for now and in the future.

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Adopt a Coral

We welcome you to Adopt A Coral fragment of your own. We will send you updates and photos throughout the year so you can watch it grow.

Membership

Do you care about the coral reefs of Barbados? Then join us to help protect them, LEARN about the importance of coral reefs, PARTICIPATE in real coral restoration and monitoring.

Events

View our Past and Upcoming events. Find out when our next event is and get involved. Membership is required.

Monitoring

The Coral Reef Restoration Alliance (CORALL) has a Reef Restoration Program. Our goal is to have healthy, growing coral fragments that will be used to help restore our reefs here in Barbados.

Volunteering

Join our growing team of volunteers today and get involved with supporting the restoration of the Barbados coral reefs. Membership is required.

Education

The Alliance is founded on the principles of community engagement and building capacity for the conservation and restoration of coral reefs in Barbados. This means that we all make a very important contribution to the planet – for now and in the future.

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Contact Us

We are very happy to hear from you and answer any questions you may have so please get in touch, we are here to help.

The MISSION of CORALL is to – 

“Foster the Conservation and Restoration of Coral Reef Ecosystems in Barbados for the Well Being of All.”

The “All” in the mission includes all people, animals, plants, and elements in our environment, and is intrinsic to the acronym, “CORALL”.

The Alliance is founded on the principles of community engagement and building capacity for the conservation and restoration of coral reefs in Barbados. This means that we can all make a very important contribution to the planet – for now and in the future.

Coral Reefs are the most fragile ecosystems on Earth and one of the most important ones. They are ecological systems that include the stony boulder corals such as brain corals and star corals; branching corals such as staghorn and elkhorn corals; and soft corals such as sea fans and sea whips. Coral reef ecosystems are not only made-up of corals, they include sponges, and starfish, crabs, squid, octopus (sea cats), sea urchins (sea eggs) and a great variety of beautiful reef fish.

CORALL Executive

President:
Susan Mahon
susan.mahon@gmail.com

Vice President:
Lucy Agace
agacelucy@gmail.com

Executive Treasurer:
Deborah Roach
corallmembershipandfundraising@gmail.com

Executive Secretary:
Ericka Lawson
ealawson@swbell.net

CORALL Project Management Committee

Corall Monitoring Coordinator:
Zoe Lisk
zoe.lisk@hotmail.com

Corall Building Coordinators:
Michael Loustric
michel@loustric.com

Ericka Lawson
ealawson@swbell.net

Corall Communications Coordinators:
Carla Gaskin
cgaskin17@gmail.com

Dee-Ann Wood
ddwood6@gmail.com

Corall Membership and Events Coordinator:
Deborah Roach
corallmembershipandfundraising@gmail.com