I have made the long trip up to the NE corner of Grenada again but this time the magnitude of the task was such that we picked at a bit round the edges but made little real impact.
Multiple tractors with front loaders and some tippers to cart the stuff is needed but there is no money and even if they were I doubt we could rustle up the equipment.
All a bit disheartening.
So many of the little guys just don't make it.
Why is there so much sargassum, well maybe it is global warming or maybe it is that we have caught all the fish that used to eat the sargassum.
Maybe it is both.