Project
SeaTrees Kelp Forest Regeneration at Palos Verdes
United States, Palos Verdes, California started 2013 Active Restoration
Summary
Coastal California has lost 90% of its kelp forests. This project is working to restore 200,000 sq-ft of degraded giant kelp forest in Southern California. It employs local fisherman to clear "urchin barrens", which allows the kelp forests to grow back rapidly. SeaTrees project partner, The Bay Foundation, operates this project.
Contact
Kevin Whilden kevin@sustainablesurf.org