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Washington’s first commercial kelp farm has good harvest despite setbacks

Lummi Island SeaGreens founder envisions aquaculture as economic boost

From left, Damon Jefferson, Christina Siegl and Kyle Kinley harvest kelp for Lummi Island SeaGreens on April 5 in Legoe Bay. Jefferson and Kinley are local members of the Lummi Nation who are supporting the kelp farm project and Christina Siegl is a chef at 84 Yesler in Seattle. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Isaac Stone Simonelli Enterprise/Investigations Reporter
With cold fingers, a team of seaweed farmers hauled in rope heavy with thick ribbons of sugar kelp f
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