meet the new us entrepreneurs farming seaweed for

Blue Revolution

Seaweed farming provides livelihoods to thousands of families like Luma's in some of the most impoverished and far-flung regions of Indonesia The average family farm can make upwards of $5 000 a year well above the country's per-capita income of $3 580 Seaweed farmers often have money to spare after buying necessities such as rice and clothes Some put it away for their children's

Responsible aquaculture lures support in California

Furthermore new technologies have Silicon Valley entrepreneurs excited about the possibilities for the future "The increased demand for protein and food that is compatible with a healthy environment is a significant challenge " said Josh Silverman chief product and innovation officer at Calysta But he thinks that innovation can help meet the world's growing demand for food and animal

Meet the new US entrepreneurs farming seaweed for food

Meet the new US entrepreneurs farming seaweed for food and fuel July 4 2017 algaeworldnews Leave a comment [USA] Michael Graham reaches into a bright blue tub of bubbling water and pulls out a handful of a dark brown curly substance It's slippery to the touch smells like the sea and tastes a bit like salty kale It's live seaweed and Graham – a kelp biologist and the creator of

Seaweed: Fuel Of The Future?

Seaweed farming avoids the growing competition for fertile land energy intensive fertilizers and freshwater resources associated with traditional agriculture With $3 7 million Lindell and a team of seaweed biologists geneticists and entrepreneurs will develop a breeding program for sugar kelp—Saccharina latissima one of the most commercially important species—using the latest gene

Seaweed: Fuel Of The Future?

Seaweed farming avoids the growing competition for fertile land energy intensive fertilizers and freshwater resources associated with traditional agriculture With $3 7 million Lindell and a team of seaweed biologists geneticists and entrepreneurs will develop a breeding program for sugar kelp—Saccharina latissima one of the most commercially important species—using the latest gene

Aquaculture's Next Wave

In "Aquaculture's Next Wave" we will meet the innovators who are trying to take seafood farming to a new level in Maine Maine Seaweed: The Next Super-Food? By Fred Bever • Apr 26 2016 Fred Bever / MPBN A growing cadre of entrepreneurs think seaweed could help Maine lead a new revolution in American farming Move over kale – there's a new super-food on the scene Find and

New film aims to counter bias against farmed seafood

About Us (Meet the Authors) Contact Us Advertise | Media Kit Subscribe Become a Member New film aims to counter bias against farmed seafood By Nicki Holmyard Published on February 17 2020 Share Dongo Films a Brussels Belgium-based collective of independent documentary filmmakers are hoping to raise more than EUR 325 000 (USD 355 700) on public fundraising platform

gimMe Organic Roasted Seaweed Snacks

In 2011 our family was sitting around the dinner table brainstorming when our teenaged daughter Mia had a great idea - start a company that sells the best possible roasted seaweed in delicious new flavors We all love roasted seaweed and have been eating this healthy Asian snack for years So we did In 2012 we launched gimMe Snacks the

Seaweed

New Vegan Caviar Made From Seaweed New healthy sustainable vegan caviar is now in the market Because Cavi-art is made from seaweed no fish are cut up in order to create it Here are some additional facts about this delicious new product which is available in black orange and a larger "salmon" style and some ways to incorporate it into one's favorite appetizers: It can be used

Bren Smith

Meet our entrepreneurs Bren Smith Long Island Sound NY Owner of one of the first sustainable 3D ocean farms in the country Thimble Island Oyster Co which uses the full water column to harvest shellfish and seaweed Bren Smith is a lifelong commercial fisherman turned restorative ocean farmer He pioneered the development of 3D Ocean Farming on his farm nestled in the Thimble Islands

seaweed farming method

Seaweed farming in the WIO region owns much to the willingness of the multi- Figure 5: Introduction of Spinsoum farming using the off-bottom method in Kenya (EU-COI) SmartFish Programme Report SF/2012/30 9 4 1 2 Longlines This technique involves the use of line of up to 50m in length anchored at each end and with floats

Fueling the Future With Seaweed

Expanding seaweed farming domestically relieves pressure on wild stocks creates jobs and revitalizes working waterfronts Ultimately expanded and more efficient production will lead to expanded markets including feedstocks for biofuels The ARPA-E estimates that in the U S combined brown and red seaweed farming could yield about 300 million dry metric tons per year When converted to energy

Fuel from seaweed • Mares

In the US seaweed is currently used mainly in the food and feed industry for humans and animals The expansion of seaweed cultivation here relieves game stock creates jobs and invigorates waterfronts Ultimately an expanded and more efficient production will lead to an expansion of markets including that for raw materials for biofuels The ARPA-E estimates that the combined brown and red

Meet the FoodTech 500's top 10 startups powering the

04/02/2020AeroFarms – the vertical farming group based out on New Jersey US TIPA Corp – the Israeli compostable packaging startup Bowery Farming – the vertical farming startup out of New York Agrivi – the Croatian farm management software startup JIMINI's – the edible insects company from Paris France Notpla – the UK-based seaweed and plant-based packaging startup Agrilution –

Fuel from seaweed • Mares

In the US seaweed is currently used mainly in the food and feed industry for humans and animals The expansion of seaweed cultivation here relieves game stock creates jobs and invigorates waterfronts Ultimately an expanded and more efficient production will lead to an expansion of markets including that for raw materials for biofuels The ARPA-E estimates that the combined brown and red

Meet the New U S Entrepreneurs Farming Seaweed for

Graham is part of a growing group of entrepreneurs looking to build businesses around farming seaweed long-prized in Asian countries for its nutritional value high-protein content and health benefits But in contrast to many of the sprawling farms in China these entrepreneurs are looking to create new business models farming methods technologies and designs that incorporate environmental

Seaweed: Fuel of the Future?

Seaweed farming avoids the growing competition for fertile land energy intensive fertilizers and freshwater resources associated with traditional agriculture With $3 7 million Lindell and a team of seaweed biologists geneticists and entrepreneurs will develop a breeding program for sugar kelp-Saccharina latissima one of the most commercially important species-using the latest gene

Responsible aquaculture lures support in California

Furthermore new technologies have Silicon Valley entrepreneurs excited about the possibilities for the future "The increased demand for protein and food that is compatible with a healthy environment is a significant challenge " said Josh Silverman chief product and innovation officer at Calysta But he thinks that innovation can help meet the world's growing demand for food and animal

Seaweed

New Vegan Caviar Made From Seaweed New healthy sustainable vegan caviar is now in the market Because Cavi-art is made from seaweed no fish are cut up in order to create it Here are some additional facts about this delicious new product which is available in black orange and a larger "salmon" style and some ways to incorporate it into one's favorite appetizers: It can be used

THE SEAWEED INDUSTRY OF THE PHILIPPINES

Then in 1978 seaweed farming reached Bohol Cebu and the Leyte-Samar area I n 1990 the country's total seaweed farm production reached a high of about 400 000 metric tons of fresh Eucheuma seaweeds planted by about 80 000 seaweed farmers/families A n estimated 70% to 80% of carrageenan worldwide is being produced today from two species of seaweed Eucheuma cottonii and Eucheuma

Marine life Archives

Meet the new US entrepreneurs farming seaweed for food and fuel by admin | posted in: Cryptocurency | 0 As the world grows and the climate changes there has been fresh interest in seaweed and a new breed of farmers are exploring how best to harness the humble plant's benefits Michael Graham reaches into a bright blue tub of Continued Business California Environment Farming

Meet the Women Behind California's First Open

Now they're striving to become the first West Coast seaweed farming operation to establish an active open-water farm The idea to launch a sustainable seaweed syndicate came to Emmer O'Hare and Resor after living in East Africa and witnessing the burgeoning role of seaweed in those communities—as local fishing stock dwindled resourceful women had found a reliable replacement in seaweed