Our Core Intentions

To strengthen food security by providing nutrient-rich kelp (sea greens) and enhance marine biodiversity by creating habitat. We are firmly committed to your health and the ocean’s healing. Come along on our journey to cultivate kelp and foster a regenerative, reciprocal economy.

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Natural Superfood

Outstanding health benefits

Kelp is a rich source of Vitamins A, B12, C, D and E, as well as necessary minerals like zinc, iodine, magnesium, iron, potassium, and calcium. Kelp contains 7-12 grams of protein per pound, depending on species.


Water quality enhancer

Oxygenates water & balances pH

Kelp counters ocean acidification locally, which benefits people & entire marine ecosystems. It also outputs tons of oxygen through photosynthesis.


Circular & regenerative

Reciprocity with the planet

Kelp is a zero input crop (no fertilizers, no soil) that exemplifies the transformation to a new type of global economy, with people living in harmony with the earth.


Benefits soil & livestock

Offers essential micronutrients 

Kelp meal is proven to be an effective soil amendment, providing micronutrients to crops. As a feed supplement, kelp leads to healthier lives for animals.


Creates habitat

Kelp could enhance fisheries

Kelp provides critical habitat for a variety of forage fish species, like herring, at multiple life cycle stages. Let’s collaborate to research fisheries impacts.


Enhances food security

Nutritious food for the billions

According to the U.N., “Food production must double by 2050…” growing seaweeds will help meet this food shortage while healing the sea.

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    We are deeply grateful to live on the lands of dAXunhyuu, the Eyak People, on the coast of Alaska. Our kelp farm is located on the ancestral waters of the Alutiiq/Sugpiaq People.