Delaware Valley Reef Club Spring 2011 Frag Swap RecapPosted on Thursday, April 14th, 2011 at 12:35 pm by Felicia McCaulley
If you’re like me, you’re a big fan of Ken Nedimyer and the Coral Restoration Foundation. If you missed the Delaware Valley Reef Club Spring 2011 frag swap and you still want to see Ken’s keynote speech, you can watch the video provided by DVRC on youtube:
I am a new member of DVRC this year, and I went to this swap representing the fish store I work for, The Hidden Reef in Levittown, PA. We brought frags illuminated by Acan Lights, the new Echotech coral glue, aquacultured live rock, and lots of other goodies for sale. My coworkers and I had a great time at this successful event meeting the members and other sponsors of this great reef club.
Before Ken’s talk about The Coral Restoration Foundation, Barb Lang gave a talk about Clownfish breeding, and I gave a talk about aquarium photography. You can also watch these videos on Delaware Valley Reef Club’s Youtube page.
DVRC has volunteered to sponsor a section of The Coral Restoration Foundation’s reef where they grow rare Elkhorn and Staghorn Acropora corals. The CRF is saving the reef, one frag at a time, and you can be a part of it. Send donations to firstname.lastname@example.org, and DVRC will donate $0.50 for each $1.00 you donate! You can read more on the donation thread here.Felicia has been keeping aquariums since the early 90s and has a keen interest in taxonomy, aquaculture, and seahorses. she is the former Liveaquaria Diver's Den photographer and now works for Philadelphia area's largest aquarium specialty store The Hidden Reef.