[UK] Ailsa McLellan dons her wellies and waterproofs and heads to the seaweed-covered shoreline near her home in Leckmelm outside Ullapool.
Around her, there is nothing for company but the mountainous backdrop and the lapping of the waves.
Photo: The shoreline around Ullapool is one area where locals harvest kelp by hand but a company is seeking a licence to take 30,000 tonnes a year
View full article at: Big company plan to harvest kelp makes waves on west coast
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