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Prior Posts

Maine Seaweed Harvesting Data, part 1

Aaron Pastor

Why were so few sea vegetables harvested in 2014?

The Maine Department of Marine Resources (DMR) provides seaweed harvesting (landing) data. They catalog total landings and dollar value. You can find it all here. What they don’t do is break out sea vegetables from rockweed.

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Climate of Confusion

Aaron Pastor

Hello Friends and Fellow Seaweed Lovers,
As you may have heard, there’s a seaweed event happening today. This event appears to be eerily similar to the original MAINE SEAWEED FESTIVAL…

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Year in Review: From Seaweed Fest 2015 to Present Day Politics

Aaron Pastor

As we find ourselves in this time of collective uncertainty of what lies ahead, we have strengthened our commitment to being a beacon of truth. Those who defend and protect our Earth and its precious resources need to be heard now. We can not stop our broadcast despite its unpopular presence in some circles of power. Since it has been over 1 year since the 2015 Seaweed Festival, and since there has been continued, yet misguided, attention from the press and other organizations about the local seaweed industry, we thought we would update you with a few truths.

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Seaweed Fest at Rest for 2016

Aaron Pastor

“We are standing on the brink of a great opportunity and a great value for our economy with this influx of seaweed popularity. As an educator, it’s very hard to promote these beautiful plants and their amazing virtues, and then not be sure about who is safe to buy from and what the best waters for harvesting [and farming] are. I'd like to see more....”

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