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Seaweed for Health, Beauty & Wellbeing

Thursday, 16 April 2015 00:00

RTE Nationwide April 15

The Sea Gardener featured on Nationwide recently. 

On Friday March 20th, the spring equinox, solar eclipse and a full moon all aligned to create one of the best tides for seaweed foraging. So we headed to the strand and talked about seaweed uses, seaweed cookery and Hilitetv captured it all on film in the beautiful setting of Kilfarassey Strand, near Fenor, Co.Waterford. On this seaweed workshop, we could all see where the phrase Sea Garden originated - looking at the amazing rock pools and what was growing and living in them, and learn from The Sea Gardener how they could make us more healthy and how to connect fully with the source of our food and experience the living earth.

The piece also included a visit to the kitchen in which The Sea Gardener foods  - snack bars and caponata - are made, and a tasting at the local Supervalu store in Tramore

Click on this link to see the piece:

http://www.rte.ie/player/ie/show/10407838/

http://www.rte.ie/.../#pos=389

Published in Blog

Lyric FM’s series “History on a Plate” (August 9th) features Marie speaking with Catherine Cleary about seaweed and foraging on Kilfarassey Strand.  Click on this link to hear the programme:

Published in Blog
Wednesday, 20 March 2013 00:00

Ardkeen Quality Food Store

Marie will be at Ardkeen Quality Food Store on Saturday March 23rd 11am – 1.30 pm – to talk to customers about her book – The Sea Garden.

Come along for a chat about seaweed cookery and foraging and taste some

recipes from the book!

Published in Recent Happenings
Friday, 15 March 2013 00:00

The Sea Garden Book Launch

3 generations of seaweed cooks – Cait, Marie and Emma. Pictured at the launch of The Sea Garden in the Mayor’s Parlour on March 15th 2013.

With the Mayor of Waterford, Cllr Jim D’arcy and Catherine Cleary Irish Times journalist

Published in Blog

About Us

We are passionate about seaweed - foraging for it, cooking with it, sharing our knowledge and experience with others, sustainably using it, recognising that it is part of an important and quite amazing ecological web.

Marie Power, aka, The Sea Gardener, grew up on the Copper Coast of Co. Waterford and leads walks, give talks & workshops on seaweed and rocky shore ecology for people who want to know more about this indigenous health food.

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