Kaly Group has deployed its first farming test lines in Loch Bay, Northwest Skye. The aim is to establish how well the site performs for different seaweed types using a variety of growing mediums. Data being collected will inform future… Read More »Loch Bay pilot farm deployed!
Dear friends, At KALY, our journey commenced one year ago, marked by the anticipation of a linear progression in learning: obtaining our inaugural license for kelp cultivation, establishing a water-based farm at Lochbay by winter, and eagerly anticipating our initial… Read More »Season’s Greetings from the KALY team!
New partnership receives government support to stimulate private finance into marine natural capital
Scotland’s native oysters could offer an investment opportunity that benefits nature, communities, and investors. Marine restoration projects around Scotland working to reverse a steep decline in numbers of native oysters in Scottish waters are the focus of a consortium with… Read More »New partnership receives government support to stimulate private finance into marine natural capital
Approximately 6 percent of the world’s seaweeds come from the seas of Britain, with over six hundred different types of native species. From its tiniest microalgal form, phytoplankton, to the dense forests of kelp, algae is a nutritious food source… Read More »Seaweed for a Healthy Diet
Coastal erosion is an all too familiar problem for seaside communities across Britain. Estimates suggest that the number of people at high risk from flooding could rise to a disquieting 3.5 million by 2080, with sea level rises taking out… Read More »Building Resilience to Coastal Erosion
Find out how local people value the coasts and seas and have your say on the key issues facing the Isle of Skye marine environment. All welcome! Friday 21st April at 6-8pmWaternish Community Hall, Hallin Refreshments provided by KALY This… Read More »Oceans of Value Workshop Event
If you ever wondered what the bottom of our Loch looks like . . . we have an answer. Stunning. In every single way. We present images taken during a dive we took to collect samples accompanied by partners Hortimare. Pictures… Read More »Beauty hidden beneath the surface
Invisible, yet not intangible, the air around us is easy to take for granted. Air comprises billions of tiny particles of gaseous water, nitrogen, oxygen, argon, pollen & dust, creating the atmosphere we call home. Some days this atmosphere feels… Read More »Seaweed for Cleaner Air
Marine Scotland consultation on Highly Protected Marine Areas (HPMAs) in Scotland will close on 17 April 2023. We encourage everyone with an interest in Scotland’s blue economy, marine environment and coastal communities to submit their response here. KALY believes new regulations… Read More »KALY responds to Highly Protected Marine Areas consultation