REEF is excited to announce the launch of a completely redesigned REEF.org website! A unique look, enhanced features, and pages of fresh content ... the address is the same but almost everything else about the REEF website is new.
The new and very much improved REEF.org is the result of a small grant from the Norcross Foundation and a huge amount of work and patience by Ben Weintraub. Ben, a University of Washington Computer Sciences student, created the new site, which includes several new interactive features and a member log-in as well as many of the existing content and features in an updated, easy to navigate and user-friendly site.Just a few of the features that you will find are:
To get the most out of the new website, you will need to become a registered REEF.org user, so be sure to create a user login profile.
In the coming months, we will continue to add new content and areas still under construction will be completed. We appreciate your patience in advance as we complete the transition to REEF’s new website.
This is the third major revision to our website. REEF’s online home was originally launched ten years ago in 1997. REEF would like to extend a huge thank you to Ben Weintraub and the Norcross Foundation for making this new site possible, as well as Dr. Michael Coyne (REEF’s primary IT Support Volunteer and developer of the REEF database), and Brice Semmens and Ken Marks (the designers of the previous two versions of REEF.org).