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Ocean Regenerative and Magee Collaborate on Kelp Nursery Experiment

October 15, 2020

Over the past 2 months, in collaboration with Magee High School, grade 11 and 12 students, have been working cross-functionally to design, build, and manage an experiment focused on the cultivation of kelp spores to produce kelp-based consumer products. Students will see the project from cradle to grave. From designing the infrastructure, to deploying the kelp seeds. 

Engineering head Andrew Robinson has lead the students in the 3D modelling and construction of required equipment. His talent in working with software, and craftsmanship in the shop has allowed students to move quickly through the process. Science department head Colin Mayer is leading the biological aspect of the experiment, using his unique knowledge and passion for biology to walk students through the inoculation and spore grow-out phases. Stay tuned for updates regarding this project!

Matthias Kempe

March 5, 2021

Canadian Kelp Resources and Ocean Regenerative Aquaculture Enter Agreement to Produce Kelp-based Biostimulants

Canadian Kelp and Ocean Regenerative are teaming up to develop, produce and market soil and plant biostimulant products

December 14, 2020

Ocean Regenerative Nursery is Up and Running

After a few minor delays, the ORA/Magee Nursery is growing healthy kelp sporophytes

October 15, 2020

Ocean Regenerative and Magee Collaborate on Kelp Nursery Experiment

Students at Magee High School test their appetite for Kelp Cultivation

March 2, 2021

We got Kelp

Initial Observations of ORA test lines are providing useful data on site selection and productivity

December 12, 2020

Ocean Regenerative goes Urban

Ocean Regenerative and Granville Island Sea Village collaborate to explore the feasibility of kelp growth in False Creek

Feb 20, 2021

The Ocean Regenerative Team is Growing

Ocean Regenerative announces Executive Chef Ned Bell as its Culinary Director

December 14, 2020

Ocean Regenerative is in the Water!

Ocean Regenerative travels the coast to deploy test lines in the Pacific Northwest

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