Thursday, 13 March 2014

Seaweed Again

Now here's a journey - on the A971 from Lerwick towards Walls, a left-hand junction along the route towards Skeld on the B9071 and then a minor road, on the left, to Sand and Garderhouse Voe, above. An application has been made by Scottish Sea Farms to modify an existing licence for seaweed aquaculture there. The details are at Shetland News. To the south, on the nearest Orkney island of North Ronaldsay, the sheep have long been famous for their diet - 'see weed and eat it.'

Scottish Islands Explorer - would like a share of this action

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