Serving the Community
Alan has always had a heart to give when the need arises. He serves on the board of directors for Flagler Open Arms Recovery Service and the Flagler Trump Club. He is a member with the Florida Conservative Pachyderm Club, Flagler Drug Court, the National Rifle Association, and an associate member of the Flagler Fraternal Order of Police. He also holds an annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony and charity event.
Listening to the concerns of a resident
Honoring those who served
Packing and distributing meals for hurricane victims.
Out-of-the-box thinker, Alan Lowe discovered and patented in Sept 2001 a way to rebuild the world’s dying coral reefs, home to many species of fish. Also, after the fury of Category 5 Hurricane Maria n Sept. 2017, that about decimated Dominica, Alan found a way to bypass Government Red-Tape to reach those in greatest need with food, water and supplies. National Geographic and “Autumn’s Fury” chronicle these two major efforts and the success that followed two selfless acts of human kindness.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, 9/2001
The article regarding Alan’s patented method of rebuilding the coral reefs appeared in the September 2001 issue.
REBUILDING THE CORAL REEFS
They said it couldn’t be done, So HE did it. Alan patented the world’s first process to artificially reproduce live coral to restock reefs and for the aquarium trade.
Category 5 Hurricane Maria hit Dominica in Sept 2017 causing extensive damage. Alan found ways to bypass government redtape to assist those in greatest need. Read his experiences here.