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Reef Innovations is the Worldwide Contractor for Reef Balls.

But we do much more than build Reef Balls.  This site highlights our products, services and resources. We can provide a few Reef Balls to homeowners, or full scale turn key operations for government agencies or NGO’s.

  • We build large projects on site however  we have a facility in Sarasota, FL, were you can pick up small orders.
  • We can mobilize a crew and materials, for operations at your location.
  • Over 23 years of experience that range from remote islands to metropolitan areas.
  • We pride ourselves in using local labor and materials that providing an economic stimulus and community ownership for your project.

Contact us early in the planning of your project for support, or for a quote.


It started with the idea “Coral Reef Restoration”

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Start your living shoreline with Oyster Balls in 1.5 ft. of water.
Start your living shoreline with Oyster Balls in 1.5 ft. of water.

The answer to breakwaters and sand accretion starts with the Smart Reef, 4 Galioth Balls attached with an articulating mat deployed as a unit.
The answer to breakwaters and sand accretion starts with the Smart Reef, 4 Galioth Balls attached with an articulating mat deployed as a unit.

Sea Wall Units (Eco-Rap)

Module on land


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One of these pictures shows a turtle and one shows a tortoise, but which is which? Turtles have webbed feet and flippers that allow them to swim and or live in the water, while Tortoises do not. NOTE: It is ILLEGAL to touch or mess with either of the animals pictured below, so please if you see them do not touch them. #turtle #tortoise #seaturtle #water #ocean #sea #lakes #rivers #marsh #ponds #creeks #waterlogged #mojavedeserttortoise #baby #loggerheadseaturtle #loggerhead #deserttortoise #redrockvisitorcenter #Caperomain Friends of Nevada Wilderness Southern Nevada Conservancy Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Canyon Las Vegas

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Video by the US Navy about an oyster Reef Ball project in North Carolina with the Navy, NC government and The Nature Conservancy.

In 2013, at the Long Shoal Oyster Sanctuary in Pamlico Sound, N.C., #OysterReefs were created from 880 concrete reef balls – structures placed across the sound floor. Within a few months, young oysters (called spat) began to colonize the balls. By using non-explosive ordnance and training at a safe distance from the new oyster reef, North Carolina has expanded its Oyster Sanctuary System and the #USNavy’s mission of maintaining combat readiness has begun again at the Long Shoal Range. Click the video to learn more!
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In 2013, at the Long Shoal Oyster Sanctuary in Pamlico Sound, N.C., #OysterReefs were created from 880 concrete reef balls – structures placed across the sound floor. Within a few months, young oysters (called spat) began to colonize the balls. By using non-explosive ordnance and training at a safe distance from the new oyster reef, North Carolina has expanded its Oyster Sanctuary System and the #USNavy’s mission of maintaining combat readiness has begun again at the Long Shoal Range. Click the video to learn more!

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Thanks Todd for the mini reef balls put them on a lamp for decoration ... See MoreSee Less

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Reef Ball activities in Maryland.

At Ebb Valley Elementary all set up for the reef ball build. Only missing ingredient is the students! Chuck Thompson Michael Wissel David Sikorski
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At Ebb Valley Elementary all set up for the reef ball build. Only missing ingredient is the students! Chuck Thompson Michael Wissel David Sikorski

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Some interesting research on Water Logged today thought I'd pass along here as well. The page has new interesting stuff each day definitely worth like. ... See MoreSee Less

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