Seaweed farming offers avenue toward greater food security

Dr. John Forster

Careful site selection, policy and investment are required Seaweed can be a key part of self-sustaining marine culture systems that produce food, feed and biofuel. Photo courtesy of Paul Dobbins, Ocean Approved. Even though aquaculture is known as “the world’s fastest-growing food-producing sector,” its current annual production of about 60 million metric tons (MT) is…

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  • Dr. John Forster

    Dr. John Forster

    Forster Consulting Inc.
    533 East Park Avenue
    Port Angeles, Washington 98362-6937 USA