Plant corals, restore the reef
You can adopt baby fragments from these coral species, for you or your loved ones, to help us grow our gardens and recreate a diverse and resilient reef.
HOW DOES THE ADOPTION WORK?
It all starts with a baby coral fragment. Your adoption will enable us to collect a fragment from a resilient coral species in the lagoon and place it in our nursery, where it will grow big and strong. After a little over a year, your matured coral will be outplanted onto the natural reef to bring back life and biodiversity to the ocean.
Choose your favorite coral species and the number of fragments to adopt.
Name your coral and receive a displayable digital card straight to your inbox.
Follow the journey of your coral and receive updates until it’s transplanted.
We grow your coral in a nursery and, once mature, outplant it onto the reef.
YOU WILL RECEIVE
Digital coral card
Right after your adoption, you will receive a displayable card with the photo of your coral as your pledge to ocean conservation. The high-resolution card can be printed locally to lessen your carbon footprint.
You will receive news of your coral according to its journey, from adoption to planting, along with real-time updates from our crew to learn more about how our gardens are doing.
J’ai oublié de baptiser le corai que j’ai adopté ce jour…je voudrais l’appeler BAO du non de mon petit fils qui vit à La Réunion …pour tous les coraux concernés par votre superbe travail et pour l’avenir de tous nos enfants à être ou à venir💓
Dites moi , s’il vous plaît, si vous avez pu prendre ce baptême.
After spending time years ago surfing and snorkelling in the area my family and I saw the coral Gardeners team doing their thing! At the time we had no idea and on return of our trip I checked it out. The reef and the area meant so much to us and simply being in the ocean.
Each month we Dontate and adopted coral as a way of giving back to this great team. We can't wait to come back again late this year and plan to help out ore on our trip. Big smiles
My family and I adopted and planted coral in September 2019. This was not only one of the coolest experiences of my time there, but also one of my favorite memories. I will always recommend a coral adoption for gifts and a visit if your in Moorea. Beautiful island, even more beautiful project and goal.
Thank you guys for giving me the opportunity to make a small contribution to our long fight to protect Mother Nature. This will be my precious gift to my beloved ones as we can presever our love forever within the embrace of coral and ocean's life.
Thank you Captain Potter for highlighting this amazing project. We are super excited to add a small contribution with our little Acropora Muricata fragment. We would be super excited to one day be able to support your project with our own hands but given the long way we would take on from Germany we found it more sustainable to show our graduation for your efforts through this coral adoption. :)