Our mission is to bring regeneratively cultivated sea vegetables and shellfish to the Central Coast community, while restoring marine ecosystems so that they can thrive in perpetuity, mitigating the effects of climate change, providing equitable employment opportunities, and being a source of innovation education and leadership in the field of regenerative ocean farming.

1% of Kelpful's sales goes to SeaTrees, a nonprofit committed to reforesting the oceanAdding local seaweed to your diet can help reduce CO2 emissions, sequester carbon and heal the ocean. To learn more, visit the sites below

Eat Seaweed

Save the Planet

"Beyond being a highly nutritional food source, environmentally, seaweed production is the most benign form of aquaculture, requiring very little infrastructure, no inputs and having an exceptionally quick growth rate."    ~Anne-Marie Szabo 


"Sylvia Earle likes to say ‘No Blue, No Green’ in explaining the role of the ocean as the incubator and cradle of life on earth, also the driver of climate, weather and rain, the generator of over half the oxygen we air breathers consume and the salty home of some of the deepest, widest, weirdest habitats and marine critters from eel grasses to methane seeps, sarcastic fringeheads to narwhales. "

~David Helvarg



"Damon Gameau, the filmmaker behind the environmental documentary 2040, is a seaweed fan...

'We know that a lot of the fish populations are on the verge of collapse...We are in a bit of a fish crisis in terms of how much overfishing has gone on. So if we grow more seaweed in the ocean, it will help fish to lay their eggs in the ecosystem [and regenerate fish populations in the ocean].' "


"Seaweed may be a quiet achiever when it comes to mitigation of greenhouse gases, with it now shown to travel far and deep beyond coastal areas and thus to play a key role in sequestering carbon from the atmosphere." 

~King Abdullah University of Science and Technology 


Seaweed Strand