Why are algae interesting? - Find out Sunday Aug 10th!
3-6pm @ The Shipyard, 1010 Murray St., Berkeley 94710
Because they eat greenhouse gases and wastewater to create, in very little space, fuel, fertilizer, and extremely nutritious food -- all without using valuable farmland and little or no fresh water. They are a truly green crop for a sustainable future.
We are the Shipyard algae lab community. We have created the world's first community algae lab -- for development of open source, DIY-oriented algae technology,to facilitate the co-operative pursuit of this new form of agriculture --
and we invite *you* to come see it,
*celebrate* with us,
rub shoulders with hard-working algae-istas,
and sign up for one of our upcoming workshops!
Algae-powered super-snacks will be served ...
come feel the algae love ...
Added by phclouin on August 7, 2008