FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

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FLAG Projects per country - December 2018
FLAG Projects per country - December 2018 (click to expand in a new tab)
With the second generation of FLAGs now up and running, there is a growing number of project examples from the past and the present which can inspire other actions aimed at developing fisheries and aquaculture areas around Europe, be it through economic, environmental or social support and investment.
The project descriptions and short stories below give an insight into some of the local projects funded by the FLAGs, while the methods provide helpful examples of effective programme management, ranging from community outreach to FLAG self-assessment.

  • 30/07/2019
    Spain
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    New technology, Fisheries resources
    Una piattaforma digitale sviluppata da e per il settore della molluschicoltura semplifica e migliora la gestione quotidiana, il controllo e la pianificazione delle attività di raccolta.
  • 22/07/2019
    France
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    Business support, New technology, Environment, Circular economy, Marine litter
    New start-up, Fil & Fab, is tackling the issue of marine litter by developing the first French recycling network for old fishing nets.
  • 10/07/2019
    Germany
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    Small-scale and coastal fisheries, Society and culture, Cultural heritage, Infrastructure, Youth
    This project shows how to bring together preservation of cultural heritage with present needs of fishermen.
  • 10/07/2019
    Denmark
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    Adding value to fisheries, Aquaculture, Business support, Water quality
    Kerteminde Organic Mussel Farm represents the first Danish business to commercialise open-water raised mussels. The company aims to produce high-quality mussels in an efficient and environmentally-friendly way, in turn, boosting the area’s marine activities and creating local jobs.
  • 27/06/2019
    Portugal
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    Aquaculture, Business support, Processing, Gastronomy, Environment, Climate change
    “Salina Greens” è un’impresa portoghese per la produzione biologica e la lavorazione della salicornia, una specie vegetale autoctona che cresce nelle paludi salmastre. Questo sistema di produzione contribuisce a preservare zone ad alto valore ambientale, sostenendo al contempo l’economia locale.
  • 27/06/2019
    Italy
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    Adding value to fisheries, Business support, Promotion, Short circuits, Traceability
    In Abruzzo, i Gruppi di acquisto solidale hanno iniziato a collaborare con i pescatori per inserire il pesce nei propri panieri di prodotti alimentari locali.
  • 25/06/2019
    Croatia
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    Adding value to fisheries, Promotion, Short circuits, Traceability, Gastronomy
    In Dalmatia, fishermen and restaurants received support from Galeb FLAG to create the ‘Fishermen recommend’ scheme and quality label, endorsing local fish products.
  • 25/06/2019
    Denmark
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    Business support, Diversification, Tourism, Cultural heritage, Infrastructure
    Residents of a Danish island formed the Association of Agersø Great Belt-Shipyard to buy and renovate an old building used as a shipyard. This initiative aims to boost local business and increase the harbourfront’s attractiveness.
  • 21/06/2019
    Finland
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    Adding value to fisheries, New technology, Processing, Promotion, Gastronomy, Small-scale and coastal fisheries
    A Finnish fisherman has taken up the Japanese method of ageing fish known as “umami”, attracting Michelin star chefs.
  • 11/04/2019
    Italy
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    Business support, Environment, Fisheries resources, Integrated coastal management, Education and training
    ‘Tarta-Tur’, a combination of the Italian word for turtle (Tartaruga) and dolphin in Latin (Tursiops), is a conservation project involving four FLAGs across three Italian regions on the Northern Adriatic Coast.