BAJA GREEN ONE - Aquaculture Fish Farming

Setting Tomorrow’s Standards, Today

The San Jose de las Palomas Property is located approximately 58 kilometers north of Santa Rosalillita, Baja California.  Santa Rosalillita is a small ocean side community mostly inhabited by fisherman.

The property consists of two parcels totaling approximately 1,677 hectares.  The following paragraphs describe the parcels:

  • We own two parcels of land of 177 ha and 1500 ha, with 1463 m of Ocean front, located about 58 km North of Santa Rosalillita.  In general, this large region of Baja California is desolate and devoid of basic infrastructure and services, including energy source, freshwater, roads, services and has a scarce population.  It is our plan to initiate various economic development activities on these land parcels, including an advance fish farming project and the infrastructure and services required.
  • The general conditions in the site and region imply the general suitability of the site for our overall economy business plan.  The project will be designed an operated as a viable and independent fish production venture, comprising fish Hatchery, Nursery, Grow-out, Purging, Processing and Packing facility.  The project will be based on pumping water from the sea into a Recirculating Aquaculture System (RAS).  The preferred fish species will be determined based on site and market conditions.  One of the candidates being considered is a variety of Sea Bass, a popular fish that could bring about $9.00/lb. in the California consumer market.
  • This initial Baja Green One – Fish Farm will have project capacity and will be 2,000 tons of fish per year (4.0 million lbs./year), to be expanded in modular stages.  This initial level of marketable fish production Sea Bass, or similarly desirable fish, we are projecting gross income generation of about $36,000,000 per year from this Central Fish Farm. 
  • Project expansion could include Satellite Fish Farms, to enable the expansion of our business across Western Mexico as we plan for Satellite Aquaculture locations.

Parcels 87 and 319 have direct access to the Trans Peninsula Highway (Mexico Highway 1) via a road that joins the Trans Peninsula Highway near Punta Prieta at Mexico Highway 12, which is the road leading to Bahia de Los Angeles, Bahia de Los Angeles is approximately 77 kilometers east of this location.

Baja Coastal Properties LLC is 100% owner of Pacific Beach Pebbles C.V., and Pacific Beach Pebbles S. de R.L. de C.V. is 100% owner of the properties. 

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