FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

Good Practice Projects

  • 16/12/2020
    Denmark
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    Business support, New technology, Diversification, Marine activities, Tourism
    În ciuda constrângerilor de mediu, fiordul Limfjord are o populație abundentă de păstrăv de mare. Această specie este foarte atractivă pentru pescarii sportivi. Un proiect de cooperare FLAG - GAL vizează îndeplinirea obiectivelor economice și de mediu la nivel local prin crearea unei noi destinații turistice bazată pe pescuitul de agrement.
  • 09/12/2020
    Spain
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    Business support, Diversification, Pesca-tourism, Tourism, Cultural heritage, Education and training, Women
    Proiectul de cooperare „Mar das Illas” include trei FLAG-uri din provincia Pontevedra care colaborează pentru a sprijini pescarii și familiile locale în eforturile lor antreprenoriale axate pe turismul marin și pescăresc.
  • 03/11/2020
    Lithuania
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    Adding value to fisheries, Aquaculture, Business support, Processing, Short circuits, Traceability, Small-scale and coastal fisheries, Infrastructure
    The development of small-scale fisheries and aquaculture businesses in the Western Lithuania FLAG area is a vital part of the economic development of regions such as Klaipeda and Priekulė. This project, implemented by a small local company, aims to improve the processing of local fisheries and aquaculture products through a series of FLAG-funded strategic investments.
  • 13/10/2020
    Baltic region
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    Environment, Fisheries resources, Integrated coastal management, Small-scale and coastal fisheries
    A large-scale cooperation project between Baltic FLAGs has increased knowledge on the impact the growing seal and cormorant populations are having on small-scale coastal fisheries in the region. Through this cooperation project, FLAGs have developed solutions for achieving the balanced management of marine resources.
  • 17/09/2020
    Germany
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    Tourism, Society and culture, Infrastructure
    Supported by the South Leipzig FLAG, the dynamic redevelopment of former coal mining area into recreational and professional ‘fishing base’ will improve fisheries production and further develop local tourism in the Störmthal lake region.
  • 10/07/2020
    Italy
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    Pesca-tourism, Governance, Complementary funding, Cultural heritage, Education and training
    Un FLAG italian și partenerii săi accesează fonduri în cadrul cererii Economie albastră sustenabilă lansată de EASME pentru a sprijini comunităților pescărești din Tunisia să își dezvolte capacitatea de a implementa dezvoltarea locală plasată sub responsabilitatea comunități (DLRC).
  • 06/07/2020
    Portugal
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    New technology, Environment, Small-scale and coastal fisheries, Education and training
    Through the MedAves Pesca project, the Oeste FLAG joined together with the Portuguese NGO SPEA to enable better communication and interaction with the fisheries sector. This joint project focused on adapting fisheries practices to avoid the death of seabirds while fishing in the Ilhas Berlengas area.
  • 19/06/2020
    Portugal
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    Adding value to fisheries, Business support, New technology, Promotion, Short circuits, Traceability
    Online sales have generated new interest since the COVID-19 pandemic, giving a renewed boost to projects such as Cabaz do Peixe. This virtual platform to sell fish to the general public from the local artisanal fishing fleet ensures the delivery of fresh and high-quality products, as well as consumer safety
  • 16/06/2020
    France
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    Adding value to fisheries, Business support, New technology, Promotion, Short circuits, Traceability
    Two neighbouring FLAGs cooperate to support a mobile phone app, MonPêcheur, to connect local fishers with consumers by providing them with an online platform for communicating, promoting, and selling their catches directly to the consumer.
  • 15/06/2020
    Spain
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    New technology, Environment, Marine litter, Water quality, Youth
    In an effort to support marine conservation and tackle marine litter, a fisherman and his two sisters in Catalonia (Spain) developed an app and launched a campaign to promote waste collection, while practicing group sports.