Zoos and Aquariums worldwide aid in the preservation and research to help some of the world's most endangered species, giving almost 200 million visitors annually the ability to see, learn, and gain an appreciation for the species under their care. Thank you for ensuring that these awe-inspiring institutions are around for the next generation by helping to offset the costs of the fish food.
- Nuri Fisher, President of Piscine Energetics
Help Support MaST Center Aquarium
Help Support Aquatic Life
Save Your Aquarium!
Help support your favorite zoos and aquariums by providing nutritious and sustainable feed for both their tanks and yours.
Your generosity will help to offset the cost of the exceptional support and care for these animals during this difficult time.
There are 3 ways you can help to support your favorite institution:
Keep a bucket for yourself and give the other to the institution.
Give both buckets to the institution of your choice.
Give a nominal amount to support the institution.
Select Your Bucket
Want to make a 'whale' of of an impact? Please contact us for amounts over $5,000
Piscine Energetics History
In the late 1960’s Mysis shrimp (a small zooplankton) was introduced by government authorities to Freshwater lakes in British Columbia to provide nutritious forage for native fish stocks.
The introduction of Mysis shrimp disrupted the natural food chain as these invasive shrimp outcompeted and starved juvenile fish of natural food sources.
In the late 1990’s Piscine Energetics pioneered a sustainable fishery for these invasive shrimp and developed harvesting methodology under the auspices of the Ministry of Environment of British Columbia, Canada.
Piscine Energetics® transforms invasive Mysis shrimp into sustainable fish food; thereby simultaneously rehabilitating the native fish stocks in Lake Okanagan.
PE Mysis is used by home aquarium hobbyist, aquaculture, zoological institutions & public aquaria worldwide.
By Using Piscine Energetics, you are aiding in the restoration of British Columbia’s landlocked Kokanee Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) Populations!