On Monday morning at Hog Island Oyster Company, bags of fresh oysters were hauled from the back of a flatbed truck, revealing a layer of leftover seaweed drying in the summer sun. Terry Sawyer, the company’s co-founder, pointed enthusiastically as he identified the edible algae species, ulva, commonly known as sea lettuce. It’s a tasty seaweed that . . .

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