The main findings of the project will be presented and discussed in two seminars. The first will take place in Galicia at the IGAFA facilities (Niño do Corvo s/n; Illa de Arousa; Pontevedra) on 19 November 2014. The second will take place the following day, November 20, in Andalusia, at the IFAPA-Center El Toruño (Ctra. N. IV Km. 654a; Camino de Tiro Pichón; El Puerto de Santa María; Cádiz).
The seminars are aimed at all those who have an interest in macroalgae. They include growers, harvesters, processors, researchers, catering sector, government administration, guilds and associations.
The project, which had a duration of 8 months, will end in late December 2014.
The project has been financed by the European Fisheries Fund with the support and collaboration of the Biodiversity Foundation, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Spain.