FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

Good Practice Projects

  • 16/09/2016
    Cyprus
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    Diversification, Gastronomy, Tourism, Education and training
    Στόχος του έργου «Ψαροταβέρνες» είναι η βελτίωση των προτύπων ποιότητας των τοπικών ψαροταβερνών – των προϊόντων και της εξυπηρετικότητάς τους – κυρίως μέσω της βελτίωσης της χρήσης των φρέσκων αλιευμάτων και της εφαρμογής ελκυστικών εργαλείων επικοινωνίας.
  • 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
    Through cooperation with local fishermen and designers, and inspired by traditional techniques from other fishing communities in Europe, a young French entrepreneur has developed an innovative fish skin tanning process and now sells her “marine leather” to fashion designers all around the country.
  • 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.