Help REEFolution plant 10 Christmas coral trees! A coral tree is a special frame construction ‘decorated’ with nursery coral plants. Once ‘planted’ underwater, this tree will literally grow for decades!
Plant a coral tree with the name of your loved one on it. A perfect Christmas gift to your dearest person… and NATURE!
Please select the price you would like to support this project with.
Please select the amount of your contribution. 5 9
Do it now because
Remaining to raise
€ 2000
Country/Region: Netherlands/Kenia
Team 13
Date of foundation 2015
Help eco-projects with their Christmas wishes! Make your contribution!
About project

With 50% of coral reefs already lost and 80% of the living corals being threatened, REEFolution strives to save the world’s most diverse underwater ecosystems. They work both at sea and on land. At sea, REEF Rangers actively restore coral reefs using a variety of different science-based methods. Coral reef restoration involves the following activities: 1) coral gardening, 2) artificial reef placement, 3) coral fragment outplanting onto artificial reefs, and 4) establishing marine protected areas. On land, REEFolution trains and educates local communities to restore and protect coral reefs. Their mission is to leave behind self-resilient community-based coral reef management in the long run.

Project objectives

Knowing that 95% of coral reefs could be gone by 2050, REEFolution devotes all its efforts to reversing this alarming statistics and saving corals from extinction.


In Shimoni, Kenya, REEFolution trained 15 REEF Rangers and restored 3 hectares of coral reefs since 2015. More than 1500 artificial reef structures have been placed. Their coral nurseries produce more than 10,000 young coral fragments per year. 30 scientific research projects were carried out on-site.