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Developing the Industry

FACILITATING GROWTH

10 years of the SSIA

10 YEARS OF THE SSIA

WHERE WILL WE BE IN 10 YEARS?

seaweed products and history

ABOUT US

The Scottish Seaweed Industry Association (SSIA) is dedicated to promoting the growth and development of Scotland's seaweed and aquaculture sector. Both farmed and wild harvested, we want to ensure a sustainable and responsible future for the seaweed sector. 

 

We provide essential resources and services to our members and the wider seaweed industry. As a leading platform for seaweed and aquaculture businesses, the SSIA facilitates networking, information sharing, and access to top industry resources.

Committed to supporting the seaweed industry every step of the way, we offer assistance with funding, licensing, and information. Our members benefit from up-to-date information and a robust network, ensuring effective engagement and growth in the Scottish seaweed sector.

Database of Services

Make the most of the products and services our members have to offer  

Blogs and News

RESOURCES

The SSIA provides its members with useful, up-to-date information to keep them informed. We have a page dedicated to resources to help with licensing applications, social licensing 

CONFERENCES

Our annual conference brings together hundreds of highly informed and engaged professionals from around the country and abroad for industry updates, enlightening sessions, and networking opportunities.

RESOURCES

Providing essential tools and documents to help you stay up to date with the ever-changing landscape of the seaweed industry. Our database of resources provides you with comprehensive, up-to-date, and useful information to help you advance your professional goals.

OTHER INDUSTRIES AND ORGANISATIONS

"Aquaculture is a significant contributor to our rural economy and will be an essential part of our green recovery and transition to net zero."

Mairi Gougeon, Rural Affairs and Islands Secretary

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