Seaweed Handling and Processing Workshop
April 19–April 21$600
This hands-on workshop will help Alaskan individuals and companies better understand what’s involved in becoming a seaweed processor. Topics covered will include those in the Seaweed Handling and Processing: Guidelines for Alaska, as well as additional topics. 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 20 participants and participants will be selected based upon applicant review. All interested persons must submit an application by February 24.
Approved applicants will be notified by March 3, and must pay the tuition by April 1 to reserve their spots.
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