FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

Good Practice Projects

  • 16/09/2016
    Cyprus
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    Diversification, Gastronomy, Tourism, Education and training
    The “Fishtaverns” project aims to raise the quality standards of local seafood restaurants – their products and hosting capabilities – notably by improving the use of fresh fisheries products and applying attractive communication tools.
  • 14/06/2016
    Portugal
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    Adding value to fisheries, Business support, Processing, Promotion, Diversification, Small-scale and coastal fisheries
    This project by the Vianapesca Producer Organisation (PO) focused on adding value to local fisheries products through processing and a marketing campaign. Faced with the problem of low prices, the Vianapesca PO needed to find a way to enhance the value of low priced fish such as mackerel and sardine. It therefore approached the FLAG with the idea of designing a project on adding value.
  • 14/02/2016
    France
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    Adding value to fisheries, New technology, Small-scale and coastal fisheries
    TELECAPECHE is an e-technology system that provides real-time data to local fisheries and aquaculture committees, helping them to monitor fish stocks and adopt suitable management measures. Launched with Axis 4 support, the system’s creators are now looking at some big developments using CLLD under the EMFF.
  • 14/02/2016
    Italy
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    Promotion, Tourism, Society and culture, Cultural heritage, Youth
    As part of a broader cooperation project to promote the image of fishing and the coastal culture of the Mediterranean, a new online radio station gives a voice to ideas, news, culture and activities related to fisheries and the sea.
  • 14/09/2015
    France
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    Processing, Diversification, Fisheries by-products, Circular economy, Small-scale and coastal fisheries, Women
    Nuori ranskalaisyrittäjä on kehittänyt kalannahan innovatiivisen parkitusprosessin yhteistyössä paikallisten kalastajien ja suunnittelijoiden kanssa. Prosessi perustuu muiden eurooppalaisten kalastusyhteisöjen käyttämiin perinteisiin menetelmiin. Nyt ”merellistä nahkaa” myydään muotisuunnittelijoille eri puolille Ranskaa.
  • 14/09/2015
    Estonia
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    Adding value to fisheries, Business support, Diversification, Fisheries by-products, Small-scale and coastal fisheries, Women
    Axis 4 financial support helped a fisherman on the Estonian island of Hiiumaa to diversify his activities outside of the fishing season into the production of fishing gear and multi-purpose nets. As well as creating a part-time job for this fisherman, it has also created four full-time jobs for local women.