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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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We are excited to announce the Reef Ball Foundation is a finalist in the 2017 World Technology Awards in the category of Environment.

Other finalists this year include Solar City (Tesla), Scott Kelly - Astronaut, NASA, Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Harvard University, NASA June Mission. Past environmental finalists include Amory Lovins, Bill McKibben, Elon Musk, City of Seoul Office of the Mayor.

We are excited and honored to be listed among these fellows and are grateful for your support and encouragement over the years as this award is a tribute to all of our partners, supporters, volunteers, friends and Reefballers all over the world.

About the award: This year's (2017) World Technology Awards brings together the most innovative people and organizations in science and technology from around the world, exploring what is imminent, possible, and important in and around emerging technologies. Each year The WTN inducts approximately 100 individuals and institutions as new members from the annual award finalists in twenty award categories. Ours is a diverse and prestigious fellowship that includes many of the best minds and companies in the world.

All Winners and Finalists are now considered a Fellow of the World Technology Network (WTN) and part of this peer-elected, global community of the most innovative people and organizations in science and technology and related fields. There are now over 1,500 Fellows spread out over forty countries in all regions of the world, elected since 2000. We had close to 1,000 nominees this year in all our award categories (20 awards for individuals; 10 awards for organizations). Those eligible to vote on your nomination were your most innovative peers (the winners and finalists for the awards for individuals from previous annual awards cycles) selecting approximately five finalists only per category. You’re part of a truly amazing group."

About the World Technology Network: The WTN is a curated membership community comprised of the world's most innovative individuals and organizations in science, technolog;y, and related fields. The WTN and its members – those creating the 21st century – are focused on exploring what is imminent, possible, and important in and around emerging technologies.

The WTN brings key players together – from cutting-edge technologists to forward-thinking financiers, from conceptual futurists to grounded entrepreneurs, from insightful science writs to savvy marketers, from big-picture government officials to focused policy analysts, and from the world's leading corporations to the world's newest start-ups – helping to make things happen sooner and better than they might have.

The WTN exists to encourage serendipity – the happy accidents of colliding ideas and new relationships that cause the biggest breakthroughs for individuals and institutions. The WTN works to accomplish its mission through global and regional events for its members (and others) to help make connections among them, and to examine the likely implications and possible applications of emerging technologies.
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"On Septemper 30th the Scouts of Troop 446 worked with the Hernando County Port Authority to build reef balls. These reef balls, along with reef balls made by other groups and organizations, will be placed in the waters off Hernando
County to help preserve and improve our marine environment. A year from now we plan to visit the reef balls we made in their marine environment. So stay tuned to see how our project is progressing a year from now."
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On Septemper 30th the Scouts of Troop 446 worked with the Hernando County Port Authority to build reef balls. These reef balls, along with reef balls made by other groups and organizations, will be placed in the waters off Hernando County to help preserve and improve our marine environment. A year from now we plan to visit the reef balls we made in their marine environment. So stay tuned to see how our project is progressing a year from now. If you would like to learn more about the Reef Ball program please visit www.reefball.org/

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