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AGRRA provides the largest database on Caribbean coral reef health indicators .

AGRRA provides a comprehensive set of visual training tools to help partners learn identification of key reef organisms.

AGRRA strives to catalyze conservation impact through creative effective communication to wider audiences.

AGRRA provides educational materials and hands-on trainings in 30 countries.

AGRRA is helping to respond to the recent stony coral tissue loss disease outbreak with our Caribbean partners.

AGRRA science helps support sound policy and management decisions.

A cornerstone of the AGRRA program has been providing open-access to scientific data collected through our partner network. Over 2,450 surveys and 10,000’s of quantitative metrics of corals, fish, and key invertebrates have been collected throughout reefs in the Caribbean. The AGRRA data portal greatly improves the efficiency, transparency and reliability of data compilation and analysis. AGRRA has become a key source of scientific data used to inform reef policies, legislation, management and conservation.

To support the AGRRA Program, you may make a donation to the supporting organization Ocean Research & Educational Foundation via Credit Card or Paypal below. Alternatively, you can mail a check to: ORE (Ocean Research & Educational Foundation ), PO Box 431522, Big Pine Key, FL 33043, USA.

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Ocean Research and Educational Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 non profit corporation EIN #65-0821403. Donations are deductible under the Internal Revenue Service Code. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Florida Division of Consumer Services (FLDACS) by calling toll free 1-800-435-7352 within the state. FLDACS Registration # CH59053. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the state.