80% of sewage reaches our oceans untreated
Oysters can filter 200 litres of water per day and generate biodiversity
Globally 85% of oyster reefs are gone
Oysters are a powerful species that generate biodiversity and play a key role for the environment. Not only that, but just like trees clean our air and capture carbon dioxide, oyster reefs clean the oceans and remove excess nitrogen from the water.
Today, oysters are in danger of extinction and only 15% of oyster reefs remain. Let’s give them a helping hand.
Yes, you read correctly…
Globally, only 15% of the oyster reefs remain
We care about our oceans as much as you do. Marine ecosystems play a vital role for the environment and over the last decades we’ve destroyed a big part of them.
Today, we understand this has to change. Reducing the environmental footprint of our society is the first step. But there’s much more we need to do to restore ocean health, and nature has the perfect ally for that: oyster reefs.
We’re bringing oysters back into the oceans by providing them with a new home, the Mother Reef bricks: a natural, cost effective, climate friendly and biodegradable artificial reef that will cover the deserted sea floor.
Mother Reefs covered with spats and baby oysters: