WSJ: Heating Waters Force Change in Industries That Depend on the Ocean

“Steve Train, a third-generation lobsterman in Casco Bay, Maine, has become a farmer. He started growing kelp–something still plentiful in the area–offshore of his property to earn money during spring months when lobstering is traditionally slow.”

Our work to diversify coastal economies in the face of climate change through regenerative kelp aquaculture hit the front page of the Wall Street Journal, highlighting the hope and positive momentum of Maine’s fishing families as they work to ensure healthy working waterfront communities for generations to come. The leadership being demonstrated in Maine is proving that we can protect heritage industries while adapting to, and mitigating effects of, climate change.


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