[USA] Several years ago, the state stopped the infestation of leather mudweed by pulling up 3 million pounds of the algae. Now it’s back. Continue reading Another growing threat to Hawaii’s coral reefs: Invasive algae
Limu kala is a tough type of seaweed with “healing properties.” It is prized by Hawaiians for cultural and medicinal uses.
And while it used to be abundant along Oahu’s South Shore, it’s now scarce. Continue reading Seeding seaweed to heal Waikiki’s reefs