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      Green Ocean Farming is involved in many projects around the globe, we                currently have both restoration and farming investment opportunities. Two prime opportunities are showcased below 


                                                Nova Scotia - Canada

Here we have 50 Hectares of seabed in need of reforestation. This could be an ideal project to offset your companies carbon footprint, through the planting of Sugar Kelp and Oarweed. 

By reintroducing native Kelps to this amazing area we will recreate a thriving marine eco system, from fin fish to crustaceans and many other forms of marine life, helping nature restore a balance. The Target figure for this reforestation project is £3,000,000

We have an exciting opportunity, on an adjacent site, of another 50 hectares. Here there’s also an opportunity to establish farming of Sugar Kelp and Oarweed over winter and Ulva in the summer months. 

                                            For further information, about all of our investment opportunities,                                                                                                                please contact alec@greenoceanfarming.com

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                                          Jersey Reforestation Project

Opportunities to fund the reforestation of 500 hectares of barren seabed with native seaweed, mainly Sugar Kelp and Oarweed. Integrated with ‘not for harvest’ bi-vales (shellfish) and Eco Cube Reefs. This is a chance for large businesses to offset their huge carbon footprint and help the environment at the same time.

By reintroducing Kelp into this dead zone, Green Ocean will create a diverse marine eco system. Once established, the  Kelp Forest will attract many types of fish and crustaceans, all using the kelp forest for cover, habitat, food and nursey space.

Due to the size of the project we are looking for raise £5,000,000 over three years. 

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