10,000 years ago when humanity started to become civilization we began to care for pastures. We learned fast that a well cared for pasture sustained large herds of livestock, a pasture left uncared for resulted in sparse ‘livestock’ and poor living for all. My life is all about ocean pastures and how depleted and decimated they have become and more importantly how we can immediately, inexpensively, sustainably, replenish and restore them to historic abundance.
My work in the Gulf of Alaska in 2012 proved how effective my methodologies and technologies. There I restored a vast ocean pasture, which started out as a blue desert. The following year proof of the success swam into the nets of Alaskan fishermen who were planning to catch the projected 50 million salmon, instead they caught 226 million fish the largest catch in all of history. Those salmon when babies in multitudes instead of mostly starving to death grazed on my/their restored ocean pasture and survived and thrived.
Today in the South Pacific tuna which once were in countless multitudes are in dire condition, only 3% of the Pacific Bluefin tuna remain, surely they are on the path to extinction. While most say it is overfishing that have eradicated the tuna that is wrong, it is the collapse of their ocean pasture. Like all ‘livestock’ if their pasture has turned into a desert, their numbers with collapse. I have a proposition for French Polynesia and many other ‘small island nations’ that have always depended on their fish. If they will grant an ocean pasture lease, the same as almost every nation in the world does for ‘livestock’ herders/homesteaders on land, I will become the caring steward of that ocean pasture and return it to historic health and abundance as I have proven in the Gulf of Alaska.
It seems to me our purposes are in near perfect synch, ‘homesteading’ always accompanied pasture care, ‘seasteading’ ought to do the same. I would greatly value the opportunity to hear from Seasteaders on this forum.
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