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Press Release: October 17th, 2012: Online Classes Available

Press Release: September 19th, 2012: Murray Visits MSF

If you give a man a fish…Dade City man combines aquaculture and agriculture to fight hunger 4-10 (Community News Publications)

Dade City man hopes to help cure world hunger with aquaponics 3-10-10

Busch Gardens’ gift of tilapia thrills fishery 3-9-10

They Practice The American Dream And Work To Alleviate Poverty: Toys for Tots June 2007.

Bay Focus TV Interview on CTN Tampa, Channel 22, Tuesday, June 28th 2005, at 9:30 p.m.
Hans and our students will be on Bay Focus with producer and host – Darlene Greenlee, which features local ministries of Central Florida. Sky Angel Christian Satellite Network carries Ch. 22’s programming, so many viewers across America have the Bay Focus program on Sky Angel Network in their homes.

Bay Focus TV Interview on CTN-Channel 22, Wednesday, June 29th 2005, at 11:30 a.m. (re-airs from the Tuesday program)

Tampa Tribune, Sunday, May 22, 2005 – Article: Fishing For Answers: How can keeping an aquarium teach a child to feed the world?

East Pasco News, May 2005 – Article: Morning Star Fishermen Fight World Hunger:

St. Petersburg Times, Saturday, January 29, 2005 – Article: Lessons on life in tree hideaway Series: MY HOUSE“This house was in bad shape, but I didn’t feel like I could ask [Hans Geissler] to make it better until the charity was up and running,” says [Sigrid Geissler], who has known Hans since she was 13 and living on a farm outside Frankfurt…

Assist News Service, Tuesday, January 13, 2004 – Article: “MORNING STAR FISHERMEN” IS ON A MISSION TO HELP FEED THE WORLD

The Florida Catholic – St. Petersburg Diocese, July 24, 2003.  Help for foreign homeland found at fishery [Hillsborough Community College foreign students who interned at Morning Star Fishermen are taking their knowledge home.]

Yamileth Boriceno is ready to go home and help her community in Bluefield, Nicaragua. For two years now, Boriceno has studied aquaculture, the controlled cultivation of marine life at Hillsborough Community College as part of the U.S. aid program for foreign students. Read entire story in the FL CATHOLIC, page A 3.

Tampa Tribune, July 28, 2000.  This article also touched on the differences between Western and Eastern Pasco County and welcomed Morning Star Fishermen as a new addition to the area.

St. Petersburg Times, July 26, 2000.  This article explained the public view of how Morning Star Fishermen came to settle in eastern Pasco County, FL instead of the Moon Lake area in Western Pasco County.

WTVT-TV-Fox 13, Tampa Bay News, July 26, 2000.  Morning Star Fishermen was featured on the evening news by correspondent Charley Belcher.