FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

Valeur ajoutée des produits de la pêche

  • Reviving the fisheries sector by promoting local seafood

    09/07/2020
    - Good Practice Short Story
    To support the economic revival of the local fishing sector following the COVID-19 crisis, the local fishing communities of the Hauts-de-France region have launched a weekly column in newspapers to promote their seafood products.
  • Adapting fishing practices to protect seabirds

    06/07/2020
    - Good Practice Project
    Le GALPA Oeste a uni ses forces à celles de l’ONG portugaise SPEA pour le projet MedAves Pesca, en vue d’améliorer la communication et l’interaction avec le secteur de la pêche. Ce projet conjoint était axé sur l’adaptation des pratiques de pêche afin d’éviter la mort d’oiseaux marins dans le cadre des activités de pêche dans la région des Ilhas Berlengas.
  • From fishermen to you

    19/06/2020
    - Good Practice Project
    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
  • Promoting the territory through culinary heritage and local seafood

    17/06/2020
    - Good Practice Short Story
    The Gargano LAG integrated the promotion of cultural and gastronomy heritage into their local development plan. This includes the development and promotion of the seafood sector. To do so, it supported the development of the Pesca Mia app, which connects the seafood sector, restaurants and private consumers.
  • Keeping fishing active and safe during the sanitary crisis

    17/06/2020
    - Good Practice Short Story
    COVID-19 paralysed many sectors of the economy in the Basque Country. Although the fisheries sector, like other food-producing sectors, was given priority during the pandemic, the lack of security and low-priced seafood could have forced many vessels and fishing organisations to stop working.
  • Producing essential oils from marine plants

    16/06/2020
    - Good Practice Short Story
    Thanks to business advice from Oeste FLAG and national financial support, a fisheries observer who wanted to change his career path has successfully started his own company in Portugal, working with marine plants called halophytes.
  • MonPêcheur: Connecting fishers and consumers at the quay!

    16/06/2020
    - Good Practice Project
    Deux GALPA voisins coopèrent pour soutenir MonPêcheur, une appli pour smartphone qui met en relation des pêcheurs locaux et des consommateurs par le biais d’une plateforme en ligne. Les pêcheurs peuvent l’utiliser pour informer directement les consommateurs sur leurs prises, promouvoir leurs produits et les vendre.
  • An app to promote waste collection and sport

    15/06/2020
    - Good Practice Project
    Afin de soutenir la conservation marine et de lutter contre les déchets marins, un pêcheur catalan (Espagne) et ses deux sœurs ont conçu une application et lancé une campagne pour promouvoir à la fois le ramassage de détritus et la pratique d’activités sportives en groupe.
  • COVID-19 – FLAG Response Message Board

    09/04/2020
    - Actualité
    Keeping you up to date on efforts and actions carried out by FLAGs, National Networks and Managing Authorities to support the fisheries and aquaculture sector in EU Member States overcome the challenges presented by the coronavirus, COVID-19. Be sure to check this rolling coverage regularly to get inspiration for actions in your areas. And contact the FARNET Support Unit with any of your news.
  • AKTES - Transnational Coastal Quality Pact

    10/03/2020
    - Idées de coopérations
    Pillio FLAG is looking for partners from Cyprus, Italy, Malta, Spain, Portugal and France to create a transnational organisation (AKTES). The purpose of the organisation is the development and implementation a transnational quality agreement (pact) joining tourism stakeholders under a common strategy. The strategy aims to guarantee a minimum quality for products and services; improving the tourist offer of those areas; mitigating seasonality; and encouraging better incomes and working conditions for local communities in coastal areas.