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Giant kelp grows in a thick underwater forest near the Channel Islands in California. Kelp

The Carbon Sea Garden

A sustainable seaweed farm to help fight climate change and reduce the need for single-use plastics

Our Mission

At Carbon Sea Garden, we are committed to cultivating and refining sugar kelp at scale to combat climate change and reduce our dependence on single-use plastics. Our farm, located off the coast of Falmouth, produces the highest quality seaweed with minimal environmental impact. Join us in our mission to create a sustainable future for our planet.

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We farm using suspended headlines. Surface floats keep the lines in place and clearly mark the farm to other boats.  


The headlines are anchored to the seabed at depths of between 11 to 20 meters using either screw anchors or eco-blocks (habitat enhancing cubes) depending on the physical condition of the farm.


 These depths allow the seaweed to grow to its full potential without making contact with the seabed. Below the farms, there is an abundance of marine life.

How we harvest
The Carbon Sea Garden

How we harvest

Our Team

Hi, Vinny here! This is The Carbon Sea Garden team - we're based in the beautiful county of Cornwall. As the owner, I bring a lifetime of connection with the ocean, with over 15 years of surfing experience. I am passionate about changing the negative effects of climate change and actively strive to protect our oceans. Let me be your guide as we explore the exciting new industry of seaweed farming together.

Corals Under the Sea

"The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever."

Jacques Yves Cousteau

Get In Touch

The Carbon Sea Garden UK Ltd

Thanks for reaching out, we'll be in touch soon!

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