FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

Poland

  • FARNET Guide 11 cover

    FARNET Guide #11: Results-oriented CLLD in fisheries areas: six practical factsheets

    25/12/2016
    - Publication
    This guide is composed of six factsheets, including real-life examples, designed to help FLAGs ensure better results through developing strategic objectives, selecting indicators and setting targets, collecting data and managing information, and adopting a results-oriented approach in all activities of the FLAG.
  • FARNET Guide 10 cover

    FARNET Guide #10: Starting CLLD implementation in practice

    25/12/2016
    - Publication
    This guide presents examples of applying CLLD under the different ESI Funds: EMFF, EAFRD, ESF and ERDF from the perspective of Managing Authorities and local actors.
  • Poland - 36 FLAGs - 93.7 M€

    04/11/2016
    - Country Factsheet
    While sea fisheries in Poland suffer from decreasing fish stocks in the main catching area (the Baltic Sea), inland aquaculture still has significant potential for growth (mainly carp). In Poland, the focus of the 36 FLAGs is more on the fisheries sector and job creation, than on the development of coastal areas in general.
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    Lessons from FARNET 1 (2007-2013)

    09/09/2016
    - 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.
  • Simplifying preparatory support in Poland

    30/11/2015
    - Good Practice Method
    Polish FLAGs can choose from two flexible support options to prepare their local development strategies. Both options have benefited from a simplification and streamlining of the process of activating preparatory support.
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    FARNET Magazine n° 13

    18/11/2015
    - Publication
    FARNET Magazine n° 13 - Winter 2015
  • Good Practice - Archive 2007-2013

    01/07/2015
    - Basic page
    This page leads to all the project examples published during the 2007-2013 programming period.