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NAA’s Camp Algae update

October 24, 2013
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

NAALogo1The National Algae Association (NAA) has released an update on their recently announced incubator program in North Texas. “Camp Algae” is a 17-acre algae farm located 30 miles south of Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas, dedicated to all products made from algae. The NAA is inviting all algae-based product manufacturers to get involved and display their algae-based nutraceuticals, cosmetics, food, feed, bioplastics and fuels to corporate buyers and the general public. Camp Algae is being designed as a place to educate students, consumers, general public and corporations about different algae-based products that can benefit the world.

At Camp Algae people will learn about all algae-based products, health benefits and how they are made. They will also learn about different algae strains, cultivation, harvesting and extraction methods.

Camp Algae will only be open on weekends for tours. During the week new algaepreneurs will be growing, harvesting and extracting algae on a commercial basis for different co-products through the Algae Production Incubator Program.

Qualified algae companies will be selected in Nov. 2013. If your company would like to be involved in displaying your algae-based products or are interested in learning more about the Algae Production Incubator program please contact:

info@nationalalgaeassociation.com

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