Maritime activities (fishing, aquaculture, harbour and nautical activties)are at the heart of the economy of the FLAG area which also includes renewable marine energies, coastal agriculture (mainly vegetables), and strong tourism activities based on remarkable landscapes. The territory features a very active cultural life.
However, the area is facing serious environmental challenges (decreasing bio-deversity along the coast, water pollution and urbanisation), significiant employement problems - in particular for young people - and an aging population.
Natura 2000 Trégor-Goëlo, Natura 2000 Côtes de granit rose, des îles de Milliau à Tomé, archipel des sept îles.
The FLAG strategy aims to build and realise a shared vision for its area, strengthening relations along the fisheries and aquaculture supply chains and between the sector and other actors present in the area. In particular, it focuses on:
National, regional and local
Projects can be presented and will be selected on an ongoing basis.
The FLAG brings together a number of different local, county and regional public bodies, along with seven different fishing and aquaculture organisations and five orgnanisations involved in training, heritage and/or environmental conservation.