As part of our growing relationship with the MBZ Fund and UN Environment, we are making progress developing a new spirulina project in the Solomon Islands to create alternative livelihoods for coastal communities.

Gary (one of our team’s new project managers who joined  late last year) made a second visit to the Solomons in March to gather additional information in preparation for project launch. 

We are currently targeting to send our first shipment of equipment in June or July and get the first training farm operational by the end of this year.  Gary met with several strategic partners including Kokonut Pacific Solomon Islands (KPSI) with whom we may share office space, lab facilities and logistics.