Posts Tagged ‘Ken Nedimyer’

Forgotten Florida: The Gorgonian Installment

CORAL Magazine bonus article: While the nonphotosynthetic gorgonian species are challenging, most of the photosynthetic species will thrive in the home aquarium once they have survived the transition from the ocean to an aquarium. Their unique growth forms and graceful movement add to the rich diversity of our reef aquariums.

04 Nov 3:08 PM 2 Read More...

Scuba Diving Magazine Names 2014 Sea Hero of Year Winner, Ken Nedimyer

Scuba Diving magazine along with title sponsor Oris Watches USA, has selected Coral Restoration Foundation’s Founder and President, Ken Nedimyer, as the 2014 Sea Hero of the Year!

03 Nov 3:19 PM 0 Read More...

CORAL Sept/Oct 2012 Now Live

Go to page 130 for free bonus Digital Content not found in the print edition.

02 Sep 4:14 PM 0 Read More...

Planting Palmata

On the day in 1996 that changed Ken Nedimyer’s life, he was a dawn-to-dusk live-rock farmer and reef-fish collector in the Upper and Middle Keys, little known outside the small marine livestock–harvesting community in Florida where he was respected for his hard work and strong sense of environmental ethics. His Sea Life, Inc. business kept in intimate touch with nature, but it hardly promised to bring him fame or fortune.

27 Aug 11:30 AM 0 Read More...

CORAL Interview: Henry Feddern, Ph.D.

A commercial fish collector whose career spans over five decades, Henry Feddern was there in the beginning of the marine aquarium hobby. He was one of a tiny cadre of aquatic mavericks squeezing out their living by introducing their exotic catches into a radical saltwater trade still in its infancy.

18 May 1:12 PM 0 Read More...