[EU, Norway] This is the first of upcoming snippets about Bellona Foundation’s work on aquaculture and marine biomass. Continue reading The great blue – Bellona solutions for sustainable aquaculture
[USA] Kelp was dubbed “the new kale” a few years back by chefs, nutritionists and foodies who embraced its oceanic flavors and Continue reading From ocean to potion: Kelp finds a niche in the craft beer market
[USA] Selectmen joined a handful of other town boards Tuesday in endorsing a local entrepreneur’s pilot project to grow sugar kelp, a Continue reading Kelp is on its way: Town OK’s pilot seaweed farm
[USA] Assistant extension educator of marine aquaculture at UConn’s Avery Point Campus, Anoushka Concepcion, spoke about Continue reading UConn extension program tackles issues surrounding emerging seaweed agriculture
[USA] Have you ever wondered how seaweed starts its short life, or how long it takes to grow to maturity? How about those long, Continue reading Seaweed farming: A growing industry
[UK] Seaweed could be one of the biggest sustainable growth areas in Scotland’s marine sector, the Scottish Seaweed Industry Continue reading Potential for seaweed industry to grow, says association
[USA] Forget that antiquated foursome of malt, hops, yeast, and water. Continue reading Seaweed, Skittles, and bear meat. Do you know what’s in your beer?
[UK] Our journey towards making an Isle of Harris gin begins back in the winter of 2013 when ethnobotanist Susanne Masters produced a special research paper for us, investigating the how, where and why of ingredients to combine in this first spirit from our distilling Continue reading The Isle Of Harris Gin Story Pt. I