Envision a world where everyone
has access to healthy food

Our Mission

is to empower schools and communities suffering from food insecurity, water scarcity, poor soil and extreme levels of poverty, with the self-sustaining food production education of aquaponics technology

suffer from chronic hunger, undernourishment and malnutrition food insecurity… Read More

live in areas that are potentially water-scarce at least one month per year… Read More

experience extreme poverty and survive on the means of just $1.90 per day… Read More

By constructing food production systems that recirculates water and requires no soil…

schools and communities can achieve chemical and pesticide-free outputs such as edible fish, vegetables, fruits, and herbs…

while using significantly less water, space, and energy than traditional agriculture!

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than traditional agriculture



allowing for efficient use of space



runoff, pesticides or chemicals

“Paying the knowledge forward through education is essential to creating an abundant future.”

The Koya Approach


Acquire the knowledge necessary to identify viable communities for aquaponics education.


Partner, collaborate and optimize local relationships with like-minded organizations.


Produce a diverse range of yield, spanning from direct outputs to indirect impact.


Pay the knowledge forward by activating graduates to become experts and teachers.

Aquaponics Students at Little Hearts Phnom Pneh, Cambodia

Letter from the Founder

“We have at least 800 million reasons to evolve and scale a sustainable solution like aquaponics.”

Nature-Inspired GROWTH

In addition to increasing our impact in the USA, we have global expansion projects in Cambodia, Kenya, Mexico and the Philippines

The Koya Smiles of an Abundant Future

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We’ve expanding into four additional countries – constructing various scales of food production systems, training centers & paying the knowledge forward through vocational education.

EIN: 81-4061366

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From the essential phases of planning and construction, to the sourcing of local materials and labor – everything comes at a cost when breaking ground. Not only are you at minimum building a food system for a student or graduate, but you’re also creating jobs, building local infrastructure and changing lives.
You just created a 3-month aquaponics class for at least 20 students, while being an active participant in helping pay the knowledge forward. School supplies, materials and the cost of a dedicated instructor is covered so that the children and adults in need can focus on one subject: learning.
"How will my donation continue to bring impact in 5 years or decades from now?” We hear you, and that’s our starting point when planning for generation-shifting impact. As a Sustainability Sponsor, you’re contributing to a diverse range of reoccurring costs that ensure our project site is not simply surviving, rather thriving and flourishing.
Don't feel connected with our current sponsorship levels? We have at least 800 million reasons to listen to your ideas, vision, and intended execution of your custom donation - no matter how small or large - current or new project. Tell us more at support@koyaproject.org
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