A giant artificial reef in the shape of a Rotary wheel restores marine life and protects the livelihood of several fishing villages in the Philippines
In the calm blue waters of Lamon Bay in Quezon Province, Philippines,
lies a source of pride for local fishermen and a submerged salute to
Rotary: an artificial reef in the shape of a Rotary wheel. The wheel has
helped restore the local fishing industry, which was devastated by
large-scale commercial fishing vessels that used dynamite, cyanide, and
fine mesh nets from the late 1990s through the early 2000s.