Urban Harvest: How Kelp Benefits Your Body & the Earth
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Urban Harvest: How Kelp Benefits Your Body & the Earth

This event has ended. It was scheduled for 4/5/2022.

6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 5


Online Event

Kelp is a marine macroalgae that contributes greatly to our planet’s health and resilience, isolating carbon and outputting oxygen. Kelp creates necessary habitat and counters ocean acidification and is a nutrient-dense sea vegetable. Join Noble Ocean Farms for a lesson in how kelp farming is contributing to food security in Alaska and supporting Alaska’s transition to a regenerative economy. 

Learn ways to prepare this natural superfood in this class. Try some in your own kitchen to taste for yourself the umami flavors of this versatile seagreen. Registration required.

$25 for class + kelp samples (available after spring harvest, approximately one month after the class); $10 for virtual class only. Participate live and ask questions of the experts or review the recording at your leisure. 

This program is part of a series supported, in part, by the Via Art Fund and in conjunction with the Water Moves Life project.


Image: Noble Ocean Farms

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