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Register! The Clam Garden Network Presents: "Digging into Clam Gardens Conversations" 4/23/21

An online series in 2021 to explore the resurgence of ancestral clam management practices.

 

 

Description of event 1: The purpose of this first webinar is to introduce the series and to co-create a vision for future webinars in this series that best serve coastal communities’ needs and priorities.

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DATMA’s “WATER 2021” Brings International Hydro Art, Design, and Technology to Massachusetts’ Southern Coast

DATMA’s free public art projects will examine the role of water within the histories, economies, and cultures of several countries as well as SouthCoast Massachusetts—from its geographic location and its wide-ranging fishing industry to the technologies of the 21st century providing new sources of energy while protecting the fragile ecology of the region.

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Register for Slow Fish 2021 Panel - Aquaculture - March 25, 2021

Join Greenhorn's project, Seaweed Commons, at Slow Fish 2021!
 
Severine v T Fleming will speak about protecting wild seaweed ecosystems amidst a growing industrial aquaculture industry, concerns around the over harvest of Rockweed in Maine, and coalition building within the wild-harvest community alongside other active and thoughtful leaders in the marine sector including our friend Amanda Swiminer of Dakini Tidal Wilds.
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Register for A Sustainable Darkroom Seaweed Developer Workshop 2/23/21

Workshop by Land Art Agency

In this workshop, you will learn how to develop film using seaweed which has a strong contrasty tone, with sustainable photography pioneer Melanie King.

Date And Time

Tue, 23 February 2021

10:30 – 12:30 PST

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Century-old maps are helping track B.C.'s kelp forests — and their discovery was kind of an accident

Using British admiralty charts from 1858-1956, research team has created digital map of coastal kelp

The Canadian Press · Posted: Mar 01, 2019

A serendipitous meeting between a professor and a colleague last year led to a treasure trove of historical maps that indicated kelp bed locations off British Columbia's coast,

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Future Ecologies Podcast presents: Seaweed Sojourning 1 - Light and Colour

Seaweed Sojourning: November 13, 2020

For a new season of bonus Patreon mini-episodes, we’re going beyond kelp worlds to meet the rest of our seaweed sojourners.

Today, we’re stepping into a world of colour – of light, and shadow.

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The Sargasso Sea Is Plenty Wide, and It’s Growing

The Sargasso Sea Is Plenty Wide, and It’s Growing: What happens when you have too much of a good thing

Atlas Obscura 4/14/2020

Sargassum is the umbrella term for a group of marine algae species—within a larger group called seaweed—that’s fundamental to the health of an entire region of the Atlantic and the many species who either live there or pass through.

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Where in the World Can Aquaculture Deliver for People and Planet?

Where in the World Can Aquaculture Deliver for People and Planet?

The Nature Conservancy and NOAA scientists publish first-ever global guidance on top locations for sustainable shellfish and seaweed farming

The Nature Conservancy 08/2020

 

As the world faces increasing pressures to conserve vulnerable ocean environments,

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Could Seaweed Help Save Us From Climate Catastrophe?

Could Seaweed Help Save Us From Climate Catastrophe? 

Huffington Post 12/21/2020

 

The global livestock sector accounts for 14.5% of man-made greenhouse gasesmore than all of the world’s automobiles, the United Nations has reported.

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National Organic Standards Board (USDA) votes for increased oversight of wild native seaweed harvests

The algae habitat attached to the rocky coastline of our state today celebrates conservation win! Today the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) committee of the USDA organic program has decided that the harvest of seaweed for fertilizer needs more oversight, and has ruled that a task force must be formed to ensure greater accountability in the harvest of this primary resource.

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