Health Library

Scientific health abstracts by category: immunity, anti-viral, anti-cancer, anti-aging, detox. Human studies by country. Over 100 references from 40 years of global research.

Spirulina Farms

Production videos, photos and stories from around the world. Algaepreneurs and microfarms, small developing world farms and medium to large farms: growing, harvesting, products.

Resource Directories

Online links to nutritional products and foods. Directories of farms, producers, books, publications, newsletters, videos, slideshows, articles, blogs and algae websites.

Algae News Update

Three VideosEducational videos on spirulina production systems
Growing, harvesting and making products ranging from commercial farms to village farms to microfarms to home growing, from France, Thailand, West Africa and California over a 30 year time span from 1982 to 2012.

Spirulina VivaVisit January 2015 with Spirulina Viva in San Miguel de Allende, first microfarm in Mexico – selling direct to local customers and retail shops and shipping product all over Mexico.

Mtanmar2Visit to Myanmar Spirulina, Dec 2013. One of the world’s largest spirulina producers from natural lakes and production ponds offers a variety of innovative products. See slideshow.

Living FutureRobert Henrikson presented Algae Microfarms for Resilient Community Food Production at the Living Future UnConference Resilience & Regeneration in Seattle, Washington May 15-17, 2013.

Scalable Algae Microfarms series for Algae Industry Magazine
Evolving from projects in developing world villages, algaepreneurs are growing algae in small greenhouses. Smart web-based technology with modular systems will soon make it feasible to deploy scalable microfarms.

Future of Algae Blogs

1. Smart Algae Microfarms may be the future of greenhouses, hydroponics and urban farming.

2. Spirulina in Myanmar. Visit one of the world’s largest producers of spirulina algae from both artificial production ponds and natural lakes.

3. Are algae microfarms the future of urban farming? What's coming now is the opportunity to grow high value algae to diversify greenhouse food production and enhance revenues.

4. Algae Microfarms Book. Microfarms for home, school, community and urban gardens, rooftop, mobile and vertical farms and living buildings.