We head to Maine to talk with Briana Warner, the founder of Atlantic Sea Farms, now the largest producer of farmed seaweed in the country. She specializes in kelp, a type of nutrient-dense seaweed that’s good for the environment, too. “When you’re adding it to the water and it’s sucking up that carbon from the ocean, and then you pull it out of the ocean, you’re actually removing that carbon from the ocean,” Warner explains in this podcast. Her company works with nearly 30 partner farmers, most of whom are lobster fishermen, to harvest over over a million pounds of kelp a year. And it’s delicious, too. Pinterest and Whole Foods named it one of the hottest food trends.