FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

Themes

24/08/2017
FLAG Factsheet
The valley of the Barycz river is situated in south-western Poland at the border of Lower Silesia and Wielkopolska. It has an 800 year-long tradition in carp production in ponds.
24/08/2017
FLAG Factsheet
The FLAG covers five municipalities surrounding from the north-west the city of Bielsko-Biała. The area is characterised by many small farms, some of them carrying out carp production in cascade ponds.
24/08/2017
FLAG Factsheet
The area of the FLAG is located in Małopolska: relatively close to big cities such as Bielsko-Biała, Katowice and Kraków. It has a 700 year tradition of carp production in ponds.
24/08/2017
FLAG Factsheet
The FLAG is situated in the South-Eastern part of Poland, on the border between the Podkarpackie and Lubelskie regions. There is a long tradition of fish farming in the area and it remains important to the local economy.
24/08/2017
FLAG Factsheet
The area covers seven municipalities north of the city of Warsaw, and is unique in the Mazovia region in that 8% of its surface is covered by water. This is due in part to the meeting of three large rivers: the Vistula, the Narew and the Bug.
24/08/2017
FLAG Factsheet
The FLAG is in an area of wide valleys and three large rivers: the Warta, the Bzura and the Ner. The fisheries sector consists of small-scale fish producers in ponds, mainly producing carp.
24/08/2017
FLAG Factsheet
The FLAG is located in Western Poland. Its area includes many important rivers and nearly 100 lakes. There is a long tradition of inland fishing and aquaculture.
22/08/2017
FLAG Factsheet
The area is located in the western half of the island of Crete. The main economic activities here are tourism and agriculture.
22/08/2017
FLAG Factsheet
The Chania FLAG covers the western chunk of the Island of Crete, the largest and most populous of the Greek islands. The fisheries sector is strong here as evidenced by the location of several fisheries ports and processing units in the area.
22/08/2017
FLAG Factsheet
The Cyclades Archipelago is made up of 24 small islands; 16 of which have a population of less than 3 000 people. This means that both human and economic resources are fragmented here.