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Aquacultured Corals & Marine Fishes
A principal concern of many aquarists is the state of the world's environments and the possible impact their demanding hobby might have. Aquacultured corals & marine fish are just one way the concerned hobbyist can help the environment.
Coral Conservation: What You Can Do
The future of the aquarium hobby depends on responsible management of our marine resources. An easy way home reef hobbyists can help protect natural reefs is by propagating their own corals.
Drs. Foster and Smith Aquaculture Coral Facility
A coral farm is an aquaculture facility designed to propagate - or grow - live coral, providing a self-sustaining source of corals. Every coral fragment we can grow is one less taken from a natural reef. Learn what LiveAquaria.com is doing to help.
How to Propagate Coral Frags at Home
Coral frag propagation is a cost effective way to have more corals, but more importantly, it helps alleviate the demand placed on corals harvested from the oceans reefs. Learn more here.
LiveAquaria.com's Commitment to the Environment
Similar to the farming practices that have provided us with crops for centuries, aquacultured corals and invertebrates are grown and cared-for in controlled environments. These corals make a great alternative to wild harvested reef corals.
Protecting Coral Reefs
With increasing news regarding the declining health of the world's coral reefs, many reef hobbyists have realized the need for an alternative to wild species. Aquacultured corals make a great alternative to wild harvested corals.
S.M.A.R.T. Tips for Reef Keeping
Simple Steps to Coral Conservation
Coral propagation is a challenging and rewarding aspect of the reef aquarium hobby. It is also a great way to promote coral conservation. Learn more here.

 

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