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Bellingham seaweed is on the menu

Washington's second commercial seaweed farm to begin operations

Riley Starks hopes to have permits in hand for a new seaweed farm in Lummi Bay this summer. The permitting process involves nine state agencies and can take years to complete
Riley Starks hopes to have permits in hand for a new seaweed farm in Lummi Bay this summer. The permitting process involves nine state agencies and can take years to complete (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
Each summer, Riley Starks prepares his two rows of reef nets in the Legoe Bay. The shallow nets, per
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