Episode 76: Seaweed Man

Sometimes a few words can capture the essence of what makes up a person better than an extended interview.  Such is the case with Larch Hanson, a Maine seaweed harvester/poet who shared with us his beautiful way of life.

12 responses to “Episode 76: Seaweed Man”

  1. Joel says:

    Interesting. Could you go into more detail on how the seaweed is used? Who buys it? What dishes are different varieties of the seaweed good in? I use wakame and kombu in Japanese dishes, but that’s about it. Are there any good western dishes for this seaweed?

  2. Doug Sheperdigian says:

    Great listening!

  3. Foody2 and Oliver says:

    We want to listen to this again and again, and will continue to find meaning. I love that this is a complete episode and so different from the others.
    Thanks for the seaweed website. Will you be making up any recipe(s) for seaweed?

  4. Falnfenix says:

    i think this is my favorite episode so far…but i have a soft spot for poets.

  5. Jillianleah120 says:

    mainebusiness.mainetoday.com/​story_pf.php?id=%20290430&ac=

    Kelp farm on Chebeague Island in Casco Bay. (first one in the states) There is a bit of controversy about it.

    I personally think Kelp is a great idea; healthy and local.

    theforecaster.net/​content/​pnm-kelp-farm-hearing-lobstermen-protest-101911

    Chebeague Island is essentially a micro environment. I believe it could
    be self-sustaining need it be. Fresh water, farm land, ocean to fish,
    and wild game. I hopefully will be adding to it this summer. I have
    beehives on the brain…..

  6. Sweet Cicely says:

    beautiful and inspiring!

  7. Matt Rock says:

    stunning

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