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Buckeye Reef

Based out of Northern Ohio (Bowling Green, OH), but welcome to everyone.

http://www.buckeyereef.com



We are a young club, actually not even a week old. We have ten members but expect to grow quickly with no Northern Club here. We just want a place to call home where everyone feels welcome, and not feel like you aren't welcome because you aren't from that clubs area.

We have to educate those in the hobby, and meet great people along the way.
That's a great mission statement!

"We have to educate those in the hobby, and meet great people along the way."
 
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Hi guys, back into reefing. Not sure how these threads work but just started a 70L nano and built a 25l sump. Im moving and wanting to upgrade tank size and some advice and input from other experienced reefers would be helpful as i have a few crazy ideas. I found a nice thick peice of glass with curved edges, thought i could get a bottom and back peice cut to size and build this new tank
 

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Still looking for a local reef clubs in buffalo/Rochester region. Anyone know of any?
HAPPY REEFING
 

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Kristophf This particular thread is about Local reef clubs in the USA. From the information you provided 70 lt I bet you are in Europe.:)
The DIY section would be the best place to ask a question on building your own aquarium.:)
https://www.reef2reef.com/forums/do-it-yourself-diy.378/
Thanks i am actually Aussie, will try and find some local threads. Would be nice to link up with some fellow reefers in the area. Thank you for the kind welcome!
 

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