Fisheries Areas Network

Good Practice Short Stories

  • 14/01/2016
    Tourism, Society and culture, Cultural heritage, Education and training
    In Asturias, Spain, the Nuestra Señora de la Atalaya cofradía (fishermen’s organisation) has increased the tourism and cultural value of the local fisheries sector by equipping the local auction house for guided tours and educational activities.
  • 14/01/2016
    Adding value to fisheries, Business support, Labelling, Promotion, Short circuits, Traceability, Small-scale and coastal fisheries
    FiskOnline has established a pathway for local fishermen to gain certification for the sustainability for their fishing activities.
  • 30/11/2015
    Business support, Processing, Diversification, Fisheries by-products, Environment, Fisheries resources, Small-scale and coastal fisheries
    In Chalastra, Greece, the local Thessaloniki FLAG helped two budding entrepreneurs establish a successful seafood conditioning and processing business, specialising in live blue crab.
  • 17/11/2015
    Promotion, Integrated coastal management, Society and culture, Cultural heritage
    In 2013, to limit the proliferation of “fake” products using the name of the local fish, “Kitkan Viisas” vendace, fishermen from Kuusamo, Northern Finland, teamed up to secure its listing in the EU’s Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) scheme. To further promote this unique product, a web and mobile video game, called the Legends of Kitka, was also developed.