Foundations of Kelp Farming: a hands-on workshop intensive
March 21–March 24$200
Time: 9am–5pm each day
Originally scheduled for the week prior, the new dates for this workshop are March 21–24.
This is a hands-on workshop for learning how to start an aquatic farm in Alaska. Topics covered will include identification of seaweed species, life cycles of seaweed, the hatchery process, site evaluation, use of the Mariculture Map, farm gear and equipment, business plan development, available farm loans, the state lease application process, gear deployment, seeding and harvesting techniques, quality handling, and safety. Applications will be required to attend, and scholarships may be available.
Materials for activities will be provided and lunches are included. Space is limited to 10 participants and participants will be selected based upon applicant review. All interested persons must submit an application by January 27, 2023.
Approved applicants will be notified by February 3, and must pay the tuition by March 1 to reserve their spots.
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