Guy Harvey Magazine Article Features Andrew “Red” Harris Foundation

Guy Harvey Magazine Article Features Andrew “Red” Harris Foundation

The Summer 2017 edition of Guy Harvey Magazine includes an article on The Andrew “Red” Harris Foundation titled “Building Reefs for a Cause”.

When you work on a noble cause, you will usually find success. That is certainly the case with the Andrew “Red” Harris Foundation, an organization that was born out of tragedy but today has gained the attention of thousands of water lovers for building innovative, artificial reefs. They’ve even caught the eye of country music superstar Kenny Chesney.

If building reefs began an emotionally healing process for the Harris family, it also had the side benefit of advancing the science of artificial reefs. Placing many of their reef modules on a site where an ancient natural reef once existed has been clearing the smothering sand from the underlying bedrock and re-exposing the natural sea floor. “It’s more important where you build an artificial reef than what you build it with,” Harris said. “And we think we have the best possible site: thin sand over flat bedrock in shallow water with good visibility. It’s our hope that researchers use our work as a substrate for advancing the science of reef building.”

Read the entire article here “Building Reefs for a Cause”:

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Andrew “Red” Harris Foundation sinks artificial reef in honor of Jupiter waterman

Andrew “Red” Harris Foundation sinks artificial reef in honor of Jupiter waterman

Blog post by Kimberly Miller, Palm Beach Post – August 9, 2016

100 artificial reef modules prepare to be lowered off the Jupiter Inlet as part of the Andrew “Red” Harris Foundation.

A sudden breeze cut through the heavy humid air Monday morning, brushing across Martha Harris like a cool sigh from the heavens.

More than a mile northeast of the Jupiter Inlet, the Andrew “Red” Harris Foundation began the ambitious project Monday of sinking 100 modules to form an artificial reef and marine sanctuary to honor Andrew, who was killed in a 2014 snorkeling accident near DuBois Park in Jupiter.

Monday’s endeavor was the second mission of its kind for the foundation, but on a much grander scale. Last year, it sank 40 artificial reef cells about 3.5 miles off the Jupiter inlet that were built to mimic Bahamian coral heads.

“I am so proud that we are honoring Andrew in a way that is fitting for him because he loved Jupiter and was passionate about the sea,” Martha Harris said. “He called Jupiter paradise.”

Andrew, who attended Jupiter High School and graduated from Florida State University, was 26 when he was died.

Scott Harris, Andrew’s father, said initially they tried setting up a scholarship in Andrew’s name, but when it didn’t get much traction, he turned to building artificial reefs.

“There are so many threats to our reefs, so creating more habitat is essential,” Scott Harris said Monday while watching from a boat as the pieces of the artificial reef were lowered from a barge into about 50 feet of water. “Andrew loved fishing and diving. He would be out here every day.”

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Click here to read the article on Palm Beach Post’s website.