Grand Anse Artificial Reef Project (GAARP)

Island: Grenada
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Dive Grenada has gained approval to design, develop and fund the first purpose-built ‘Artificial Reef’ in Grenada. Dive Grenada is honored to show its ‘Environmental Credentials’ by investing their skill, time and funding in the Grand Anse Reef Regeneration Project (GARRP). This long-term project will have a sustainable benefit for Grenada’s Marine Ecosystem, education for the children of Grenada on Marine Conservation and show the world that Grenada is committed to preserving its natural heritage.

  • Participants are requested to email or call Phil Saye for information on dates and times that they can participate in activities which include:
    • Sea Urchin counting (snorkelers, as well as divers, can participate)
    • Species Counting (PADI Certified)
    • Cleaning of ID number (PADI Certified)
    • Coral Transplantation (PADI Certified)
    • Underwater cleanup (PADI Certified)
    • Kids as young as 10 are welcome

Available: Monday-Friday between 2 and 4 pm

Contact: Phil Saye

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Saint George, GD
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