Unlike land crops, seaweed farms don’t require arable land, fresh water, or fertilizer to grow. New scientific studies suggest that seaweed farms can also store substantial amounts of living and sequestered carbon.
Seaweed farms can promote ocean health in a number of ways, including reversing acidification, cycling nutrients, and encouraging biodiversity.
Seaweed aquaculture offers climate-resilient economic opportunities in coastal communities threatened by climate change and overfishing, from Maine to Indonesia and all around the world.
Plastic is made from petroleum, a foundational contributor to the climate crisis. Our 100% biobased packaging shifts demand away from oil and toward a renewable resource instead.
While petroplastics persist for centuries, our products decompose in weeks in both home and industrial compost environments. Early tests also indicate that our products contribute nutrient value to the soil in their decomposition.