Q. Why should I propagate and share the corals in my captive reef system?
Yes, even the hobby has a negative impact on the wild reefs. Some people are just out for money, and they do not care about the animals. They will do just about anything to make a dollar even when it is collecting fish improperly.
This is a new semester for all of us at GARF. It is at this time we try to find focus, decide where to place our energy, set serious goals and plan for another year.
LeRoy and I decided we wanted to once again commit ourselves to writing articles, taking pictures and sharing GARF with you in as many ways possible.
I will continue to write about what is working for us at GARF for the bulletproof reef system is exactly that. All of them are still running and my message remains loud and clear " If I can do this so can you."
If you follow our simple instructions you are certain to have the tank of your dreams. You can build a Zero Impact Reef that anyone would be proud of. If I can reach you through my words, I am certain the animals will reach you through your hearts.
Everyone at GARF understands that we simply can not save the wild reefs alone. We also understand that we as a Company could never have come this far without you. This is why within this calendar year we are going to work hard putting more DVDs together.
We will be putting together kits, that will have everything you will need to make your first rock, propagate your first coral, build a tank and so on. It you have ideas in regards to lessons you would like to be passed on to you please let us know. We will do the best possible job we can to reach as many of you as possible.