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We are limiting each trip to 12 people, so we can keep it low-key and respect the environment and the indigenous ecologists who share these spaces with us.
What you will learn:
- Tips for ethical and legal foraging/harvesting
- The importance of honoring Native American territories, traditional ancestors, and right to food and cultural resources
- Local seaweed history and songs we sing to the ocean
- Where to find different edible seaweed species in the intertidal zone
- How to easily identify at least a dozen tasty sea vegetables
- How to harvest safely and interact with low tides
- Nutritional values of different seaweeds
- Techniques for drying and preserving your harvest
- Delicious seaweed recipes to make and impress your friends with!
What you will take away:
- Your own harvested seaweeds
- Seaweed snacks and how to make them
- Recipes using seaweeds
What you need to bring with you:
- Bags to put your seaweeds in
- A cooler to keep seaweeds cool until you can dry them
- Water boots/shoes with good tread that can get wet
- Change of socks/shoes/pants and a towel for drying off
- Warm jacket and hat. Dress in layers