Fish farm

The fish of the Peruvian jungle


Fish is the main source of food and protein in the daily diet of the inhabitants of this part of the country. In the past, the river provided an abundant supply. However, the fishing productivity of the Amazon river has been seriously reduced due to 3 factors: (1) overfishing, (2) pollution created by runoff caused by clear cutting of the jungle, and (3) a new serious source of pollution created by the cocaine business where they use a large quantity of diesel gasoline in the process of making cocaine from the leaves of the native coca plant, and then dumping the diesel and other chemicals into the river.

This reduced source of wild fish, plus the growing population has created a major opportunity for fish farming, an opportunity which we hope to develop in the future as resources become available.

"Give us a fish farm"


Rebuiling the vital Amazons
empowering the native Amazonians. 
Sarasota, USA - Pucallpa. Perú
USA: +1 (941) 592 0347
Perú: +51 961 669 144

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Sarasota(USA) - San José(Perú)
Perú:+51 961 669 144
Usa: +1 (941) 592 0347