Restorative Agriculture


A uniting philosophy behind GreenWave's farming system is that it should not be extractive, but restorative. For one, the structural components of 3D farming help transform "dead zones" into nutritionally rich and sheltered regions where multiple species are allowed to thrive. Shellfish like oysters and clams are natural filtering species and can greatly increase the water quality of the area they're farmed in. Finally, kelp and seaweed are excellent carbon sinks. These plants absorb up to 5x more carbon than their land based counterparts. Whether it is with the health of water, people, or the atmosphere, GreenWave is helping, not hurting.

Part of Solution

  • Greenwave: 3D Farming Ocean Aquaculture

  • Photos

    • Nf oyster diagram