A big, beautifully illustrated historical, cultural and scientific exploration of the planet's most amazing algae: seaweed. Just don't call it a plant!
Mathew Bate is a writer and poet with an interest in changing the narrative of climate change and how people relate to natural landscapes. Passionate about regenerative agriculture, he has developed a deep affinity for seaweed and its remedial power. Mat is the former co-editor of Matters Journal and his work has been published in Dumbo Feather, Cordite Poetry Review and Gippslandia. He is currently studying regenerative agriculture at Southern Cross University, the first degree of its kind in the world.