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Identifying seaweed with Kennebec Estuary Land Trust

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    Identifying seaweed with Kennebec Estuary Land Trust - John Ewing/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Rock weed, covering the rocks where the instruction session was held, is the area's most common variety of seaweed.

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    Sky holds up examples of the common rock weed.

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    The Kennebec Estuary Land Trust introduced interested visitors to the seaweed types found on the Maine coast and uses for them. Roland Simard, of West Bath, examined a piece of sea belt kelp during the instruction.

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    Instructor Davida Sky holds a piece of Dulce seaweed, a commonly eaten variety of seaweed.

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    A handful of the common rock weed or egg wrack sea weed.

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