PNG-1 is growing quick and is home to many new species! Sunny, the clown fish, and his family have been there since day 1 and are growing side by side with the hundreds of species of corals latching on to the Fish Reef Unit. Watch the Underwater video above to see all the new growth! […]
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Cutting edge biogenetic Sea Cave Fish Reef Units invented and put in use worldwide exclusively by Fish Reef Project.
(OR CLICK TO READ FULL ARTICLE ON NEWSPRESS.COM) Chris Goldblatt has been on a mission ever since he was 9 years old and working on the Malibu fishing boats. Diving into Santa Monica Bay hundreds of times gave him what he called “a bond and open mindedness toward nature at a young age.” Ever […]
IF YOU MISSED TONIGHT’S ZOOM WEBINAR WITH CHRIS GOLDBLATT… Watch it now and find out why kelp forests have changed… THE GOLETA KELP REEF RESTORATION PROJECT from Santa Barbara Maritime Museum on Vimeo.
THE GOLETA KELP REEF RESTORATION PROJECT WEBINAR Presentation by Chris Goldblatt, Founder & Executive Director, Fish Reef Project Sponsored by Marie L. Morrisroe WHEN: JULY 16th, 2020 @ 7pm PST GET ZOOM LINK Little understood by the public, kelp is a soft buffer that helps to retain wider beaches, protects coastal real estate, and reduces […]
Our Team member, Adam Coons, was interviewed by Discovery Channel about his recent encounter with a Great White Shark. In this interview, he speaks about his involvement with Fish Reef Project which will air in August, during Discovery Channel’s Shark Week. Stay Tuned!
Maisy Lus Papua New Guinea Managing Director Maisy Lus completed a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) from the University of Papua New Guinea. She is passionate about evidence based environmental monitoring and mitigation of impacts that could be detrimental to the environment, livelihoods and social wellbeing of PNG coastal and Island communities. One of Maisy’s research […]
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