Oregon Seaweed’s Pacific Dulse Farm Tour

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In this video episode of This is Aquaculture, we go on a farm tour of Oregon Seaweed, the largest Pacific Dulse seaweed producer on the US West Coast. It’s an enlightening peek into the fascinating world of aquaculture, showcasing the innovative methods used in land-based seaweed farming of dulse.

Nate Jones, Chief Scientist at Oregon Seaweed, explains the tumble culture system and how Oregon Seaweed contributes to sustainable food production. Nate also introduces the cutting-edge technology behind aquaculture tanks and water circulation systems and describes the eco-conscious practices they use in cultivating this increasingly popular species of red seaweed.

This YouTube channel is hosted by Dr. Jackson Gross, the Cooperative Extension Aquaculture Specialist at UC Davis in the Department of Animal Science.

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