Internship: Marine Researcher : 3 months Start: December 2022 Location: Lüderitz, Namibia We’re looking for an enthusiastic ocean explorer to help us with our marine monitoring activities. Come join us on our journey to draw down CO2 and restore marine biodiversity by cultivate giant kelp forests in the offshore ocean of Lüderitz. We have a […]
Posts by Caroline Slootweg:
Watching a garden grow! Regina is the first farmer to test our biostimulants on her garlic crop. In Namibia the conditions are quite dry, so anything that helps crops increase their resilience to drought is welcomed. Stimplus+, Kelp Blue’s first product produced from kelp, does just that. Early field trials on potatoes and wheat have returned […]
We could not have thought of a better way for us to help achieve our mission of increasing marine biodiversity than by involving the Luderitz youth and unleashing their imagination, creativity and ingenuity. At Kelp Blue we believe that encouraging and nurturing concept development from a tender age is a vital step towards a brighter […]
The Fascinating life of Kelp Michael sits in his office in Namibia thinking about growing seaweed, Macrocystis pyrifera to be precise. Macrocystis is a type of large brown algae, part of the Laminariales family, known more commonly as Giant Kelp. It’s a risky venture, as Macrocystis, has never been farmed at scale before, nor has […]
We had the honour of speaking at this years Monaco Ocean Week. Click here to listen to our session where we shared the spotlight with 3 other start-ups with ambitious plans: NotPla, Algiknit and Huiberts Bloembollen.
Namibia, March 11th, 2020 – Kelp Blue is pleased to announce they have received their Environmental Clearance Certificate from Namibia’s Ministry of the Environment and Tourism – a significant milestone in the development of the company’s pilot operation in Lüderitz, Namibia. This is a vital step in Kelp Blue’s continuing journey towards creating a sustainable […]