This workshop is part of our collaborative Project Guam aimed at restoring (sexual coral restoration) and protecting coral species of local concern, together with national and international partners. Main focus is on broadcast spawning species (Acropora spp.). We collect spawn in the field and of gravid colonies that are cultured in flow-through culture aquaria at University of Guam's Marine Laboratory. During the workshops in 2013 and 2014, a floating nursery was installed at Piti Marine Preserve where we grow coral settlers prior to outplanting. UnderWater World Guam has installed a public laboratory at its facilities where visitors can learn about coral reproduction and conservation and get a tour behind the scene. Furthermore, we plan to develop additional outplanting sites, as well as an underwater visitor's site where tourists can learn about coral ecology, reef restoration and protection. A stakeholder workshop was held in 2017 with participants of the Asia-Pacific region.