FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

Good Practice Projects

  • 28/09/2021
    Italy
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    Adding value to fisheries, Aquaculture, Labelling, New technology, Short circuits, Traceability, Small-scale and coastal fisheries
    This cooperation project aimed to apply a technology based on the “blockchain” principle to fisheries. By using this trustworthy shared recording system, the three FLAGs implemented a traceability system which provides complete and accurate information to consumers of artisanal fishing products.
  • 21/09/2021
    France
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    Adding value to fisheries, Promotion, Short circuits, Traceability, Gastronomy
    The professional line fishers’ association of the Brittany region has run a communication campaign to promote line-caught fish. Two FLAGs cooperated to support this campaign that highlights the environmental sustainability and quality that are associated with this way of fishing.
  • 26/07/2021
    France
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    Aquaculture, New technology, Environment, Climate change, Energy
    Shellfish farming is an important economic activity on the Atlantic French coast. But it also generates undersized mussels as by-products which are usually thrown away. This project focuses on exploiting their potential by generating methane to produce energy.
  • 29/06/2021
    Finland
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    Adding value to fisheries, Small-scale and coastal fisheries, Education and training, Women, Youth
    The Lapland FLAG has financed a fisheries recruitment and training project to rejuvenate the ageing fisheries sector in the area around the Lokka and Porttipahta reservoirs. As a result, 14 young fishers of both genders started to operate.
  • 29/06/2021
    France
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    Aquaculture, Environment, Energy, Infrastructure
    The Chantier Bretagne Sud shipyard has led a project to support Brittany’s oyster farms in their transition to renewable energies by studying their needs and offering adapted technology.
  • 17/05/2021
    Denmark
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    Business support, Diversification, Environment, Energy, Integrated coastal management
    A FLAG supported project brings together a network of 17 local businesses in order to consolidate Bornholm as one of Denmark’s two “energy islands”, focused on the production and transformation of wind energy.
  • 10/05/2021
    France
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    Aquaculture, New technology, Fisheries resources, Integrated coastal management
    The oyster farmers of south Brittany installed a high-frequency multi-sensing buoy to support the understanding of spat settlement of the flat oyster, a key resource in the area.
  • 16/04/2021
    Bulgaria
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    Tourism, Society and culture, Cultural heritage, Education and training, Infrastructure
    After a study visit to Fyn FLAG in Denmark, a fishers’ association member was inspired to adapt one of the Danish projects to his area’s needs. The project aims to boost tourism and improve local knowledge of fisheries heritage.
  • 07/04/2021
    Italy
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    Governance, Fisheries resources, Integrated coastal management, Small-scale and coastal fisheries
    Small-scale coastal fishers and fish farmers have been actively involved in the design of a coastal management plan for the Emilia-Romagna coastline. This stock management plan focused on three local high value species identified by the sector at regional level.
  • 02/03/2021
    Bulgaria
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    Arts and crafts, Gastronomy, Tourism, Small-scale and coastal fisheries, Society and culture, Cultural heritage
    2020 m. Nesebero savivaldybė surengė pirmąjį „Rudens pasažų“ festivalį. Šio festivalio metu vietos bendruomenė ir turistai mėgavosi įvairiomis veiklomis, kurių tikslas – populiarinti Juodosios jūros žuvininkystės produktus, skatinti žvejybos profesiją bei saugoti jūrų paveldą.