Ocean Habitats installed a total of 50 mini reefs on Fort Myers Beach (the week of March 11 2019).
David Wolff is the President/Executive Director of Ocean Habitats, Inc., a non-profit organization with a goal of bringing coastal waters back to life. After David made his money in real estate he decided he wanted to get back to what he loved. His goal is to do his part to make the planet a better place for everyone.
Here's what you should know about this reef: It grows over 300 fish per year, over 200 crabs per year, cleans over 30,000 gallons of water per day, and lasts for more than 10 years.
The dimensions are 24"Wide x 36"Long x 24"deep. It floats under your dock out of sight.
Delivery and installation is included in the price. A unit costs $250 and that includes instalation.
To reach Ocean Habitats:
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