The Smithsonian Institution announced this morning that it will be accepting a challenge to make a $20,000 grant to a non-profit that wants to build an artificial reef habitat.
The grant will fund the work of a team of local researchers who plan to construct the reef habitat, which will be used to test its safety and sustainability.
The team has already received $15,000 from the Smithsonian Foundation and has about three months to finish the project.
In order to receive the grant, the researchers need to demonstrate that their reef habitat will not harm coral or other marine life.
The challenge is being presented as a challenge, so it isn’t necessarily a requirement for funding.
Instead, it’s just a way for the museum to highlight how much progress has been made in the field of reef conservation.
The funding will be awarded through a program called The Reef Fund, which was created in 2015 to support research on reef conservation and reef habitats.
The Smithsonian will give the grant to the Coral Reef Conservancy, a nonprofit organization founded in 2010.
The group has already spent about $5 million on reef habitat research.