Why is Sweden building the world’s largest algae factory? From Euronews.com A Swedish start-up is building the world’s largest algae factory to create emission-reducing seaweed feed for cattle. But how do you reduce greenhouse gases from the world’s most polluting animal? 4 per cent of the world’s methane emissions currently come from cattle, which is two times higher than the whole aviation industry put together. … Continue reading Seaweed to Cow Feed
VIP Romi captured a few photos while out at Cabrillo the other day. The first was during the soft opening. Nobody was around but she felt nature was watching and protecting her. We decided this is the unofficial protector of the Park’s face that’s watching over our beautiful coast line. Romi said it was a wonderful walk along the coastal trail, but with mixed feeling: … Continue reading VIPs Hanging Out Around Cabrillo
Conservation and Environmental Stewardship Apprentice Felix Asadi At Cabrillo National Monument, our volunteers do a lot of good for our park. You might see them assisting visitors, leading snake talks or Science Explorer’s Club booths in the breezeway, or giving tours of our park’s exhibits. Our greenhouse volunteers are a team that helps restore the plants at Cabrillo. Read more… Continue reading Cabrillo Field Notes – What Do Greenhouse Volunteers Do at Cabrillo National Monument?