Most of the seaweed we get these days is farmed. But way up in Northern Maine, Larch Hanson is still harvesting it wild in its many varieties on the rugged coast. This video however isn't about the details of that process, if you want to learn a lot about what Larch does, visit his website. But if you want to enjoy the essence of his way of life, the poetic nature of rising at dawn to cut seaweed, please watch and enjoy.
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