Karen McVeigh, The Guardian
Inside a wooden boathouse on the shore of Loch Craignish, a mass of fronds sit in two 1,000-litre tanks. The fronds are seagrass, and they are filled with seeds. Next to the tanks is a Heath Robinson-style series of pumps. The laboratory may be low-tech, but it is the headquarters of a pioneering, community-led climate experiment.
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