The Kelp Crisis

Kelp ecosystems in California are in a state of crisis. In some parts of the state, more than 90% of kelp forests have disappeared in the last 10 years. by the proliferation of purple sea urchins, as their predators disappear from human impacts and climate.

Clearing "urchin barrens" allows rapidly growing kelp to regrow and re-establish into a healthy kelp forest - creating habitat for marine life and sequestering carbon emissions.

The latest science shows that globally, kelp forests can sequester more carbon than mangrove forests - restoring these sequoias of the sea is to solving climate change.

How it works


A portion of every order will support kelp restoration in Southern California through our partnership with SeaTrees.

Our goal

Beachly restore 25,000 square feet of kelp forest in Palos Verdes, CA this year!

The Impact

Giant Kelp grows approximately 1 foot per day - and can grow up to 2 feet per day! Kelp forests provide habitat and food for over 700 species of algae, invertebrates, and fish while being one of the best reducers of carbon dioxide.


Raised to restore kelp forest in Southern California

About SeaTrees

SeaTrees is the first blue-carbon, ocean focused platform allowing brands and individuals to take action on climate change by planting and protecting SeaTrees in coastal ecosystems.

he process also improves water quality, biodiversity of plants and animals, as well as offering protection from rising sea levels, storm surges and creates economic opportunities for local communities.

In turn, this project directly enables the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),designed to transform our world for good by 2030.

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