Going fishing when you are in school might sounds like a relaxing day in the nature, without any academic content, but nothing could be more wrong!
In May Fishing Zealand was co-organizer of an event which involved both fishing and cleaning the beaches for plastic - called #PlasticInTheBasket
In the 2018-edition of Fishing Zealand Magazine, you can read more about Fishing Zealand's ongoing work with developing sustainable fishing on Zealand, Denmark.
The conference is the only one of its kind to specifically address issues relevant to observer programmes, beeing an important international forum for working and addressing issues on fisheries observer programmes, emerging monitoring technologies, and fishery dependent data collection.
This year, 150 representatives of 72 ongoing projects came together at the Annual Event dedicated to “Unlocking the potential of blue and green regional development” in Klaipėda, Lithuania, 23rd-24th of May. CATCH was represented by Rostock University and REM Consult.
Enhanced Recognition of Recreational Fisheries Sector in the EU Discourse CATCH appreciates a resolution adopted by the European Parliament's Fisheries Committee asking the European Commission for fair management of recreational fisheries.
Polish team of the CATCH project, accompanied by representatives of the AQUARIUS Foundation, participated in the 26th international Symposium „Deltas and Wetlands”, held in Tulcea, Romania, on 16-20 May 2018.