Long term sustainable growth of undersea gardens will result in significant advantages for future expansion into space exploration. This critical significant research needs to be done now not when we need it on Mars. We have working partners already farming undersea.
Regenerative ocean farming has been identified as a key solution to climate change. It has the power to sequester carbon on land and sea, reduce methane production in livestock, rebuild marine ecosystems, enrich soil, and address the global plastics problem.
According to the World Bank, farming seaweeds in less than 5% of U.S. waters could absorb 10 million tons of nitrogen and 135 million tons of carbon–all with no freshwater or other inputs.
Combine a radical robotic sciene nerd with a team of successful robotics, sustainability and oceanfaring folks and you have the team at Daymara. Undersea experts - plus a desire to change the world.
Polyculture farming system grows a mix of seaweeds and shellfish that require zero inputs—making it the most sustainable form of food production on the planet—while sequestering carbon and rebuilding reef ecosystems. Since our farms sit vertically below the surface, they produce high yields with a small footprint.
According to a World Bank study, farming seaweeds in just .1% of the world’s oceans—about 100 million acres—could create 50 million jobs.