This month seaweed hit the high streets via Marks and Spencer, in an artisan range branded from the British Isles. The seaweed products are from a bakery in the Outer Hebrides, an Edinburgh based Seaweed Company and the Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company from Wales. This means that seaweed is now available UK wide and will hopefully encourage its move beyond gourmet chefs, into the home kitchen. Continue reading Cooking with Seaweed
[Malaysia] The Seaweed Agro Tourism project implemented in Ligit-Ligitan near here has provided a regular income to participants and Continue reading Seaweed project frees Semporna folks from poverty
Cape Town – Polluted rivers in deciduous fruit-growing areas could result in consumers having to pay more for local fruit and wine.
A Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) study has calculated that polluted river water costs the Continue reading Giving fruit buyers the pip
A group of property owners around East Hampton’s Georgica Pond has raised $359,000 for a research project intended to identify the causes of the pond’s recent degradation and toxic algal blooms and develop a remediation plan. The project has the support of Stony Brook University, the East Hampton Town Trustees, and the Nature Continue reading Georgica Pond Residents Fund Research