Girls scouts hit it out of the Park for the Fish Reef Project at the Goleta Lemon Fest. They engaged over 400 community members who showed eager support for the Goleta Kelp Project. With our combined efforts, the Fish Reef Project has been granted permits to deploy reef units in Cachuma Lake as a test site for further restoration of the Goleta Kelp beds.
Fish Reef Project Attends 2018 International Seabed Authority Conference “To further fish for solutions for a healthy ocean.”
Listen to speech given by Chris Goldblatt, Founder of the Fish Reef Project on March 8th, 2018.
“Fish Reef Project took direct action in 2016 to help cause the state to put up $14m to properly cap leaking oil well heads at Summerland Beach – today the Curtin Maritime barge arrived to begin capping the infamous Becker Well head that had leaked oil for decades. State Lands Commission will likely plug as many as a dozen well heads with the funding.
Fish Reef Project is proud to have been part of serving the community and our marine ecology with more to come. Fish Reef Project wanted to help plug the well heads to make the water clean enough to support the thriving new marine life that will live in the kelp restoration projects that we have in the works.”
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