What we do!


Aquaponic can produce six times more per square foot and uses 90% less water than traditional farming. Because the system recycles the water, we can grow in droughts and areas with little water. Plants grow twice as fast due to the naturally fortified water from the fish and is inherently organic.


Probably the oldest farm raised fish in the world. Today, over 80 nations produce farm-raised Tilapia. They are a hardy herbivorous fish that feeds on algae or small aquatic plant cells, and is primarily raised in freshwater systems using cages, ponds, raceways or open waters. Tilapia has a low to moderate fat content, and is a rich source of high quality protein.


The marriage of Aquaculture (raising fish) and Hydroponics (the soil-less growing of plants) that grows fish and plants together in one integrated system.  The fish waste provides an organic food source for the growing plants and the plants provide a natural filter for the water the fish live in.

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Zero Impact Farms

Our farms have the goal of becoming Zero Impact. This will enable us to be completely self contained and sufficient, requiring little to none of North Korea's natural resources.

Monthly we provide

LBS of Fish
LBS of Produce
LBS of Fertilizer
In less than square feet

What licenses we have

This give Feed the North tax free status with the US Government, and give you a tax deductible receipt when you donate.

501 (c) 3

GENERAL LICENSE NO. 5,  grants us the permission to work in North Korea;

Activities to support education in North Korea, including combating illiteracy, increasing access to education, international exchanges, and assisting education reform projects

Office of Foreign Assets Control