FRP Receives Permit To Deploy Reefs In California Waters

Fish Reef Project celebrates after receiving permit approval and deployment for its latest reef in California waters!  With the help of the local Girl Scouts, Deckers Brands, Shaun Tomson and Brighten Solar, Fish Reef Project has launched the initial phase of The Cachuma Fish Reef.

During perpetual drought, this important water way is shrinking. Every year more and more fish and aquatic habitat is lost to drought which increases stress on fish as they compete for space used for spawning, forage and shelter. The Fish Reef Units will help these stressed fish greatly as they will provide ample new habitat for them to thrive.

In the future, Fish Reef Project will expand its ocean health efforts locally to the Goleta Kelp Restoration Reef where we will restore the historic mile-long kelp bed that is currently missing in action. Historically, the kelp helped the beach stay nice and wide and provided food and shelter for fish, marine mammals, lobster, abalone, sea birds and many other forms of wildlife.

We welcome everyone to come support the most significant Ocean Health Project of our time, Fish Reef Project! Want to learn more about our California Reef Projects?