How We Work - with Iso Rabins

In this week's episode, I talk with Heidi Herrmann, a seaweed foraging expert and one of our teachers at forageSF. Heidi discusses the practical aspects of seaweed foraging and her journey in transforming this unique skill into a successful business and community activity.

This episode takes you through the practicalities of seaweed harvesting on the California coast. Heidi shares details about sustainable foraging practices, the origins of her company, Strong Arm Farm, and how community involvement plays a key role in her business. We cover everything from preparing for early morning tides to the realities of harvesting seaweed with a group of volunteers.

Heidi's story is not just about running a business; it's about community engagement, offering novel experiences, and connecting with the natural world. Whether you’re already interested in foraging or just curious about the world of seaweed, Heidi's practical insights are informative and engaging.

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What is How We Work - with Iso Rabins?

A podcast about what we do, why we do it, and what we think. Explore the interesting and unique ways people create their lives, from artists and entrepreneurs to fishermen and wild salmon counters. Discover what they've learned along the way, both in their work and in their lives. Hosted by Iso Rabins