Even kids’ pages in local newspapers are getting the word out about algae’s potential as food, fertilizer and fuel. We were sent a copy of Saturday’s Post-Bulletin in Rochester, MN that included several stories, puzzles and even recipes for kids about algae’s role in creating the air we breath, its role as food, and its future.
The spread is part of the Oct 19 edition of the Mini Page, an educational section that appears in 500 newspapers every week. Each week a new topic is introduced to its readers of children, parents, teachers, and anyone who wants to learn a little more while having a lot of fun.
If your paper carries the Mini Page this is a good chance to share the word about algae with the younger generation!