How to help the coral reefs.
Use the links and information below to expand your knowledge of coral reefs and learn ways to be a part in the solution of protecting them.
Reef Survey Training
The Eyes of the Reef Network (EOR) is a community reporting network for coral disease and bleaching; marine invasive species; crown-of-thorn seastars and fish diseases. It is an effective statewide reporting system that enables all community members and ocean users to contribute to the long-term protection of our local reefs. EOR offers free trainings to give people with all levels of ocean knowledge – community members, reef users, tourists, fishers, commercial operators, scientists, and reef managers – the skills to identify and report threats to Hawai‘i’s reefs. 

This program was established in 2000 by the Coral Reef Conservation Act to protect, conserve, and restore the nation’s coral reefs by maintaining healthy ecosystem function. It focuses on four main pillars of work:

  • Increase resilience to climate change
  • Reduce land-based sources of pollution
  • Improve fisheries’ sustainability
  • Restore viable coral populations
Get in touch.

We invite all people to join our alliance and help preserve, sustain and restore our Coral Reefs here on Kauai and around the world.

To join as a volunteer or be added to our mailing list please fill out the contact form and we will be in touch soon.

Mālama Nā `Apapa 
c/o Scott Bacon 
P.O. Box 809 
Anahola, HI 96703