Protecting Oceans to Feed Our Children.

TEACH A MAN TO FISH
Pilot Project

 

The pilot project has been funded and launched in SW Nicaragua, with all metrics currently favorable to budgeted targets. Custom tooling for moving the heaviest artificial reefs to the ocean floor is fully operational. All three operating systems for the wind-powered floating hatchery are fully functional with installation and initial hatchery seeding expected shortly.

Sustainability

 

TAMTF sustainability has two synergistic elements that are essential to the success of each other – environmental and economic. The environmental element comes from improving local marine ecosystems by installing and protecting artificial reefs. The economic element comes from improving the local fishermen’s coop harvest and revenue in exchange for reef protection.

Jungle Ingenuity

A comprehensive video showing
 the pilot project that will lead to the fulfillment of our long-term vision to create a scalable inexpensive business model that can be easily replicated anywhere.
When perfected in a few years this model will be offered free to the world to provide real momentum to restoration of coastal marine life everywhere.

 

Our Mission

The TEACH A MAN TO FISH mission is
to create legally-protected artificial reefs that are allowed to mature
and act as incubators for native marine life.
Long-term sustainability is achieved through targeted ocean farming designed to improve the lives of impoverished local fishermen
in exchange for permanent reef protection.

HOW TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE 

Contact US

TEACH A MAN TO FISH

4812 Nakoma Drive, Okemos MI  48864

Mark Campbell, President

T: 517.802.8586

E: mc@tamtf.net 

Barbara Vasquez, Ph.D., Vice President

E: bv@tamtf.net 

Christian Lemouche, Director of Operations

Ostional, Rivas, Nicaragua

 

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