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Sea Quester Farms

Intentional farming for the future

Environmental Responsibility

Regenerative kelp farming with conscious consumption


Why do we need Kelp?

Can Kelp save us, or can we save kelp?

Kelp harvesting has been around for thousands of years, though kelp farming is still fairly new to the West Coast. We have met generation harvesters, new farmers and kelp entrepreneurs up and down the coast; and we have never met a bunch of lively go getters waiting to aid in the support of each other and their communities. The steady decline of kelp forests on the West Coast has been a major player in climate change on the coastal towns. The integral role kelp can play in our food systems is crucial to vital. Together we can continue to make this story come to light.

Sustainable food

Kelp is a superfood!

Kelp is a nutritious superfood packed with antioxidants, including carotenoids and flavonoids, which help fight against disease-causing free radicals. Antioxidant minerals, such as manganese and zinc, help combat oxidative stress and may help protect cardiovascular health. Kelp grows up to one foot per day acting to balance the native habitat. It captures carbon from the atmosphere and lowers acidity in the ocean. Farming kelp will help combat climate change and bring  sustainable nutritious food to the communities of Southeast Alaska. 


Supporting kelp farmers in Southeast Alaska

Sea Quester farms is on a mission to bring sustainable local food to the community of Juneau. By growing Bull and Sugar kelp in Southeast Alaskan waters, we are working hard to make the native habitat and our food systems better for the planet. We look to support other kelp farmers in the area through infrastructure and equipment in a cooperative environment.    


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