The Fish Reef Project is the next great ocean enhancement and restoration project which will turn empty seafloors into thriving marine ecosystems which will be home and breeding and feeding grounds to millions of marine mammals, sea birds, turtles, fish, lobster, abalone, scallops, marine algae and much more.

The Fish Reefs will reduce pressure on natural reefs thus reducing over fishing while helping to restore damaged natural reef systems. The Fish Reefs are designed to enhance marine life, provide study, eco-tour and fishing opportunities for everyone. The Fish Reefs are a triple net positive in that they quickly increase marine life abundance, they unite the ocean community to a single common cause that we can all benefit from and they require no heavy enforcement or use of public funds or resources to maintain. The entire Fish Reef Project operation is carbon negative due to marine life sinking carbon and fisheries removing the need for land based protein, which emit carbon and agricultural runoff.

It is the goal of the Fish Reef Project to create a global fish reef system. To make this a reality, we do need community support and donations.  If you would like to help ocean life thrive and leave a lasting positive legacy on this planet please reach out to us and make a donation online or mail a check direct to our office.

Captain Chris Goldblatt, Founder & Executive Director

Fish Reef Benefits

  • Turning this…

  • …into this!

  • …into this!

  • Removes carbon from the air and acid from the sea
  • Helps restore natural reefs
  • Creates brand new life
  • Creates breeding and feeding grounds for marine mammals, sea birds, fish and invertebrates
  • Removes pollution
  • Restores kelp forests and corals
  • Provides study opportunities and a chance to learn more about the creation of new life in the sea
  • Reduces fishing compaction and avoids over fishing
  • Provides fishing opportunities
  • Provides ecotourism opportunities
  • Creates habitat for abalone restoration
  • Unites the ocean community into a single unified purpose
  • Spreads out vessels thus reducing the chance of diver death by boat strike
  • Helps Ocean Life Thrive!™

Meet the Fish Reef Project Team

The Fish Reef Project team consists of a handful of dedicated individuals and volunteers around the world. Meet the team.

Want to Make a Difference?

Donate
The Fish Reef Project relies completely on donations from individuals and organizations like you in order to Help Ocean Life Thrive™

Outreach Program
We always need volunteers to help with public outreach, to man information tables at supermarkets and public events.

Construction
Coming soon — We will need help with reef construction.

Dive DEEPER TO LEARN MORE

See Santa Barbara Maritime Museum lecture on Sea Cave® , True Blue Carbon® , Deep Sea Mining, Offshore oil, and an update on the California and Mexico reef projects.

March 1, 2024/by Jenn Sorich

Samta Barbara Independent does major story on Fish Reef Project

https://www.independent.com/2023/12/20/mission-possible-re…
December 22, 2023/by WP Premium Support

FRP attends COP 28 in Dubai, learns from reef makers in Japan and enjoys new MOXI museum Sea Cave® exhibit in Santa Barbara.

December 13, 2023/by WP Premium Support

See Tina Reef Side Scan Sonar imaging-click here

November 17, 2023/by WP Premium Support

Tina Reef after just 3 months holding Yellowtail!

November 12, 2023/by WP Premium Support

Giant Black Sea Bass colonize Tina Reef!

October 13, 2023/by WP Premium Support

After just four months on the sea bed , these Sea Caves are full of spiny lobster

September 17, 2023/by Jenn Sorich

Sea Caves thrive after just ten days underwater!

September 4, 2023/by WP Premium Support

Major Sea Cave reef deployed off Baja, Mexico

August 22, 2023/by WP Premium Support

Young Giant Kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) after 60 days had attached, grown and thrive on the highly engineered surface of the Sea Cave®

July 19, 2023/by WP Premium Support

Young Giant Kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) attached with Sea Cave’s new bio wire™ system in May 2023.

July 19, 2023/by WP Premium Support

Sand Bass off Baja, Paralabrax nebulifer make full use of Sea Caves for refuge during and after spawing.

July 19, 2023/by WP Premium Support
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