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Selectively scaling seaweed

Alliga selects seaweed farms around the world that share our vision of excellence. Together, we champion high-quality seaweed supply, environmental protection and community development.

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Mozambique
CO2 absorption
Nitrate absorption
Gender inclusion
Local heritage
Large scale project
Biodiversity protection
Ocean conservation
Poverty relieving

MOZAMBIQUE

BAIXO DO PINDA

This Northern part of Mozambique’s coastline harbors large bays and protected areas, making it an ideal location for seaweed production. 

The farm is new and looking to work closely with the coastal communities in order to create a viable economic model. In addition to planting seaweed, they are looking to build schools, factories and a reliable water supply.

 

Project duration: 6 months

Species: Red seaweed (Kappaphycus Alvarezii)

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Number of hectares left
100
Underwater seaweed forest
CO2 absorption
Nitrate absorption
Gender inclusion
Local heritage
Large scale project
Biodiversity protection
Ocean conservation
Poverty relieving
Seaweed R&D
Organic
Education
Food security
Seaweed processing

TUNISIA

BIZERTE

Small town at the very top of Tunisia, Bizerte is an ideal place for seaweed farming thanks to its protected coastline. 

Tunisia is still a small player in the North African seaweed business, compared to its neighbors. Nonetheless, new projects are showing promising results.

Project duration: 6 months

Species: Red seaweed (Gracilaria Verrucosa)

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Number of hectares left
80
CO2 absorption
Nitrate absorption
Gender inclusion
Seaweed processing
Large scale project
Biodiversity protection
Ocean conservation
Environmental awareness
Seaweed R&D
Organic
Education
Food security

FRANCE

BRITTANY

Brittany has been the leading French region in seaweed cultivation. Seaweed has been anchored in local culture for several centuries. Today, with the support of innovative start-ups and renown research centers, Brittany is one of the leading European seaweed regions. 

Project duration: 6 months

Species: TBD

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Number of hectares left
350
CO2 absorption
Nitrate absorption
Gender inclusion
Seaweed processing
Poverty relieving
Biodiversity protection
Ocean conservation
Environmental awareness
Seaweed R&D
Organic
Education
Food security

USA

MAINE

Maine is an ideal place for seaweed cultivation with the numerous bays and protected areas. 

This farm is working with local communities and fishermen in order to create a circular economy around seaweed. They are also interested in using seaweed to restore the coastline and capture carbon.

Project duration: 6 months

Species: Brown seaweed (Saccharina angustissima, Saccharina latissima)

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Number of hectares left
40
CO2 absorption
Nitrate absorption
Gender inclusion
Seaweed processing
Poverty relieving
Biodiversity protection
Ocean conservation
Environmental awareness
Seaweed R&D
Organic
Education
Food security
Indigenous tribes
Local heritage

cANADA

BRITISH COLUMBIA

This farm is dedicated to position kelp as a key ingredient in BC. Their commitment to capturing carbon, helping native communities and raising awareness on seaweed as been very beneficial for the region.

The well protected inlets and islands are ideals for kelp farming. This project includes Native American know how and skills. 

Project duration: 6 months

Species: Brown seaweed (Sacharina Latissima, Alaria Marginata)

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Number of hectares left
412
CO2 absorption
Nitrate absorption
Gender inclusion
Seaweed processing
Local heritage
Biodiversity protection
Ocean conservation
Environmental awareness
Seaweed R&D
Organic
Education
Food security
Indigenous tribes

uSA

ALASKA

Generally known for its fishing and oil industry, Alaska also boasts one of the richest and most diverse seaweed stocks on the planet. The numerous islands and inlets make it an ideal place to cultivate seaweed. 

Project duration: 6 months

Species: Brown seaweed (Saccharina latissima, Alaria marginata, Nereocystis luetkeana

0 ha
Number of hectares left
105
CO2 absorption
Nitrate absorption
Gender inclusion
Seaweed processing
Poverty relieving
Biodiversity protection
Ocean conservation
Environmental awareness
Seaweed R&D
Organic
Education
Food security
Indigenous tribes
Local heritage

TANZANIA

ZANZIBAR

This area is not only known for its beautiful sandy beaches. Tanzania is home to a flourishing seaweed industry, where women have a strong role to play.

This was one of the first farms on the island. In addition to using the seaweed to create artisanal beauty products, they offer the unique opportunity to tourists to understand how seaweed is helping the local communities and the oceans.



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CO2 absorption
Nitrate absorption
Gender inclusion
Seaweed processing
Land-based farm
Biodiversity protection
Ocean conservation
Environmental awareness
Seaweed R&D
Organic
Education
Food security
Indigenous tribes
Poverty relieving
Award-winning farm

AUSTRALIA

NEW SOUTH WALES

Even at the far reaches of the World, Australia has become a key actor in seaweed production. This farm is based on land, and is focused on producing quality seaweed and extracting high-value ingredients for cosmetic, pharmaceutical and food applications. 



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