FRP attends 2017 United Nations Seabed Authority Session
“Fish Reef Project fights hard for protection of the oceans. We understand that both deep sea and near coastal and marine ecosystems are equally important.  Deep sea mining will impact the deep sea ecosystem hence FRP is hard at work to cause the mining community and the United Nations to make new reefs to compensate the the ocean and humanity as a whole for the coming effects of deep sea mining”
– Chris Goldblatt, Founder

FRP Visits Anacapa School in Santa Barbara

“Today I had unique pleasure of sharing the Fish Reef Project with students at Santa Barbara’s esteemed, Anacapa School. I was deeply impressed by the thoughtfulness, variety and well-reasoned questions that the students asked. It is clear that the Students at Anacapa School are eager to Help Ocean Life Thrive by supporting the Fish Reef Project.”

-Chris Goldblatt, FRP Founder