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At the United Nations International Seabed Authority (ISA)’s 26 session, Fish Reef Project helps ensure that restoration to the marine ecosystem is required should deep sea mining ever occur.
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Interview in English: Interview in Pidgin: Could artificial reefs be the key to rejuvenating fish stocks and marine life? By Evan Wasuka on Pacific Beat The community of Fisherman Island outside of Port Moresby is using modern technology to rejuvenate the sea floor and improve local fish stocks. They’re using a artificial, or purpose-built reef, […]
Papua New Guinea’s first man made fish reef grows new marine life faster than expected. After just 2.5 months, the reef is attracting all sorts of new marine life. Check out the underwater footage to see for yourself! Subscribe to the Fish Reef Project Youtube Channel
Fish Reef Project Interviewed on EMTV in PNG Papua New Guinea will have the ingenuity of an American reefing project to build artificial reefs to save the marine inhabitants in the country from being further depleted by over fishing. The Fish Reef Project, based out of Santa Barbara in the US, has come to […]
After many years of hard work and dedication, we have successfully deployed all 21 of the long-awaited reefs for coral restoration in Papua New Guinea! We are incredibly proud of the result of such diligence and generosity from our team and from all of our supporters around the world. We will continue to make strides […]
- Goleta Kelp Reef Restoration Project Receives Support of...March 24, 2020 - 12:35 pm
- FRP Attends 26th Session ISA ConferenceFebruary 25, 2020 - 3:41 pm
- Introducing FRP Youth Education ProgramNovember 6, 2019 - 1:51 pm
- Lake Cachuma Reef Project Highlighted in Montecito Jour...November 5, 2019 - 11:13 am
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