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  1. Hey everyone, I went back to the Evergreen State College (my undergraduate) for a visit and they installed a huge 13,000 liter system aquarium system in the basement of the school. One thing I thought they always did well was teach the sciences and this provides a way for the students to both monitor and have a hands-on experience with these living creatures. http://www.cooperpointjournal.com/2017/04/26/hidden-marine-treasures-evergreen-debuts-new-state-of-the-art-aquarium-facility/ Although, when I visited, they were looking for more variety of corals and it made me think it would be good to ask the club. Personally, I have some euphyllia, birdsnest, xooanthids, and pavona that I am going to donate. I haven't heard of anything they don't want. So, please let me know if you have any corals that you would be willing to donate for educational purposes. I'll likely be heading up in December, so no rush. Thanks again, Miles
  2. I several different sizes of each that i am willing to donate for any school that is in need please contact me at 971-203-1526 to check if i have the size type that you need and to arrange pick up i have a lot of 200-400 gph gallon submersibles one quite a few of smaller ones for like nano tanks or feeders also small skimmer pumps and return circulation pumps for the all in one systems a few some fo the larger ones for return pump up to around 50-80 gallons size systems and 3 for larger systems all but 2 or 3 of them are new. get a hold of me if you need one or plumbing supplies also i have a couple mid size skimmers i could also donate. please txt 971-203-1526 or call 971-238-2552 and leave a msg.
  3. I have to say, I am addicted (and the students) after getting two saltwater tanks for our Marine Biology classroom this year. I have a dream of getting a coral propagation tank and teaching the kiddos how to frag (safety first, I will do my research first). I wrote a grant and have received funding for half already through a foundation. Thought I would put it out on here. Anything helps, and all donations are tax-deductable. I teach at Tualatin High School. Coral Propagation Project This was a teaching dream that might happen a lot sooner if I can get the funding for it. I am a very dedicated teacher and thought I know little about coral prop, am excited to learn.
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