The Coral Restoration Foundation has been set up to expand Ken Nedimyer's on-going efforts to make a difference in the reef environment. I am the webmaster for both his commercial site, Sea Life Inc. and CRF and would like to invite you to see the latest news. Ken has been growing staghorn corals on his live rock farm from a few small frags that grew their naturally and has been working with the authorities to use these corals to attempt to repopulate the dying reefs in the keys. Much of the LR farm is populated with cuttings from those first frags with the help of his daughters, students and other volunteers. Last Saturday (August 15, 2009) Ken, one of his daughters and a group of students were able to witness spawning of the aquacultured corals that had been planted on Molasses Reef (heavily destroyed by a commercial ship wreck and has been slow to recover in spite of efforts by the government). This is the first documented spawning of transplanted aquacultured corals. Please visit the site and view the video(s) when you have a minute for good news.