Did you know that one of the best places in the world to grow kelp is Long Island Sound? Seaweeds like kelp have significant value in US agriculture as organic fertilizers, feeds, as well as functional foods, nutraceuticals, and alternative medicinal products. When we grow more seaweed, we also improve the water quality of Long Island Sound, another major benefit for tourism, oystering and other industries.
On Tuesday, October 15, WHIPgroup Tech Entrepreneur Meetup is pleased to host Professor Charles Yarish, PhD, a University of Connecticut marine scientist who has been studying seaweeds (including kelp) and defining the cutting edge of the industry for more than 40 years. He has developed an internationally known laboratory for seaweed research at UCONN-Stamford.
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