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Kelp could save our oceans — if you eat it
Is Throwing Seaweed Art? It Is for Andy Goldsworthy
Seaweed and colored sand go flying in a new exhibition of the land artist's photography.
We Can Feed the World with Kelp Forests
With just under four acres of ocean, kelp farmers can average about 200,000 pounds of mussels and 500 pounds of dried kelp each year.
Our Oceans Are Dying and Kelp Forests Might Be Their Only Hope
As humans burn fossil fuels and mow down forests with abandon, the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere skyrockets—and it ends up in the ocean. Now, scientists are turning to kelp to suck up that CO2.