FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

Themes

30/07/2019
Good Practice Project
A digital platform developed by and for the shellfish sector simplifies and improves the day-to-day management, control and planning of shellfish activities.
22/07/2019
Good Practice Short Story
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
Good Practice Short Story
This project shows how to bring together preservation of cultural heritage with present needs of fishermen.
10/07/2019
Good Practice Project
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
Good Practice Project
“Salina Greens” is a Portuguese business dedicated to the organic production and processing of Salicornia, a native plant species growing on salt marshes. This production system helps preserve areas of high environmental value, while supporting the local economy.
27/06/2019
Good Practice Project
In Abruzzo, southern Italy, Solidarity Purchasing Groups have teamed up with fishermen to start including fish in their local food baskets.
25/06/2019
Good Practice Short Story
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
Good Practice Short Story
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
Good Practice Project
Üks Soome kalamees on võtnud kasutusele kala laagerdamise Jaapani moodi, mida nimetatakse „umamiks”, meelitades ligi Michelini tärniga pärjatud kokad.
11/06/2019
FLAG Factsheet
FLAG Neamt is in North-eastern Romania. The region is predominantly rural with an economy mainly based on agriculture (including fishing and aquaculture), forestry and tourism. The region’s primary sectors include the chemical and processing industries.