Fisheries Areas Network


  • Vilkauda FLAG

    - FLAG Factsheet
    The area of the local action group "Vilkauda" is located in a wide geographical area of the country and includes the southern, south-eastern and eastern territories with different traditions and conditions of natural and cultural heritage and fisheries development.
  • Raseiniai FLAG

    - FLAG Factsheet
    The Raseiniai FLAG is situated in the western part of Lithuania, in the northwest of Kaunas county, 76km northwest of Kaunas city. The territory is carved by rivers, streams and valleys; the rivers Dubysa, Šešuvis, Šaltuona, Mituva flow through the FLAG area.
  • Neringa FLAG

    - FLAG Factsheet
    The Neringa FLAG area is located between the Baltic Sea and the Curonian Lagoon. The city of Neringa was formed in 1961 and comprises a territory of eight separately administered areas, of which the central area is Nida. The city is situated in the Curonian Spit National Park and shares both a land and water border with the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad.
  • Klaipeda-city FLAG

    - FLAG Factsheet
    The Klaipėda City FLAG is conveniently located near both the Baltic Sea and the Curonian Lagoon and includes part of the Curonian Spit National Park, the Swamp Back Island in the Curonian Lagoon and the Smiltynė Straight which connects the lagoon to the Black Sea.
  • Sventoji FLAG

    - FLAG Factsheet
    The Šventoji FLAG area is characterised by a particularly attractive geographical location, exceptional nature, beaches that meet international standards and numerous cultural and natural heritage sites. Palanga is conveniently placed geographical, located 15km from the Latvian border, 25km north of Klaipėda railway station and 30km north of the Klaipėda international sea ferry terminal.
  • Accessing additional support for small-scale fishing

    - Good Practice Method
    FLAG taps into alternative funding stream to facilitate small-scale fishermen’s participation in fisheries fora around the Baltic.
  • Silute FLAG

    - FLAG Factsheet
    The FLAG area is in the western part of Lithuania, near the Curonian Lagoon. Almost the entire district is situated in the Lithuanian coastal lowlands. Lagoons and bodies of water occupy 19% of the area which is famous for water sports and recreational fishing. On the island of Rusnė, there are three main ports.
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    Central Finland FLAG looking to utilize the cyprinid species

    - Cooperation Idea
    The Central Finland FLAG is looking for solutions to grade, scale and gut cyprinid fish, mainly roach.
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    Lessons from FARNET 1 (2007-2013)

    - Basic page
    The experience developed by FARNET under Axis 4 of the EFF (2007-2013) is still highly valuable for the current programming period, especially for new FLAGs.
  • Lithuania - 12 FLAGs - 11.6 M€

    - Country Factsheet
    Lithuania has a relatively short coastline of sandy beaches on the Baltic Sea. The 12 Lithuanian FLAGs aim to diversify the economy of certain fisheries communities, while taking advantage of the natural and cultural heritage.