The MarineLife Aquarium Society of Michigan (MASM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and conservation of the worlds natural marine environments and promotion of intelligent Marine Protected Areas. MASM furthers these goals through the education of members and the public about the care, breeding and propagation of marine fish, coral and invertebrates; promotion and support of efforts to eliminate abuses in collecting and transporting of marine animals; prevention of abuse to marine animals in general; and promotion and continued interest in the maintenance, study and propagation of marine life. MASM holds monthly educational programs as well as an annual educational conference featuring tours and presentations from local aquarists and Nationally renown Experts in the study of marine animals.
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2011 Monster Swap
Sunday, April 17, 2011
12:00:00 PM
Venue / Location
Cranbrook Institute of Science ( Bloomfield Hills, MI )
39221 Woodward Avenue, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303

Swap open from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Sellers may start setup at 10:00 am. 
Sellers must stop all sales at 3:00 pm sharp
Everyone must be out of the hall at 4:00 pm sharp 

Hobbyist 4 foot tables $15  (includes admission for one person)
Commercial 8 foot tables $40 (includes admission for two persons)

Buyers $3.00 Admission (may bring in five or fewer frags to sell/trade)
MASM, MMMC and GRMAS Members admission free of charge with proof of membership (may bring in five or fewer frags to sell/trade) 

Threads about items being bought and sold: or

Frag swaps to create a centralized event where hobbyists can exchange captive propagated corals, fish and other marine organisms at lower costs than wild caught specimens. 

 Events such as the MASM Frag Swap dramatically reduce the pressure on wild reefs by offering a venue to acquire locally grown organisms that are not taken directly from the oceans.  MASM is committed to help reduce the aquarium trade's pressure on the world's reefs and ocean environment by increasing the awareness of captive raised and propagated marine organisms.
Speakers/Highlights For This Event Include
  • Refractometer Calibration Station
        - Bring your refractometers in for some calibration and training58px,auto,auto (12:00 PM)

  • Mark Eisenhandler
        - The (sometimes) Unsung Heros of the Reef Tank....Reef Fishes58px,auto,auto,4 (1:00 PM)
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The MarineLife Aquarium Society of Michigan(MASM), Inc. is a 501(c)3 Corporation as determined by the Internal Revenue Service of the United State of America.
You can view MASM's determination letter by following this link