The publication "10 Things to Know About Transnational Cooperation" aims at providing a flavour of what is the role and achievements of Interreg transnational/interregional programmes across Europe.
On the 26-28.02.2018, the angling competition "Troć Iny 2018" took place. The event was accompanied by a CATCH seminars devoted to sustainable coastal anglig tourism.
Coalition Clean Baltic (CCB) released a report on recreational fishing in the Baltic Sea region, compiling existing data, information about national rules, monitoring and control of the angling sector in the region.
Green Federation "GAJA" became the co-organizer of the Reska Troć angling event. During two days of fishing participants will take part in educational meetings, where the project CATCH will be presented.
Representatives of the CATCH project from the Green Federation "GAJA" and the Stepnica Tourist Organization participated in Rybomania 2018, on of the biggest European fair for anglers.
Representatives of the CHACH project, from the Green Federation „GAIA”, the Stepnica Tourist Organization and the Fundation AQUARIUS, have participated in the meeting dedicated to draft Maritime Spatial Plan for the Szczecin and Kamień Lagoons.
The project CATCH is pleased to present The CATCH Angler Survey Report: Understanding Anglers from the South Baltic Region and Their Demands on Coastal Angling Tourism
Green Federation GAJA is going to represent project CATCH during one of the biggest angling exhibition in Europe, in Poznan 9-11th February 2018.
The annual event will be a great opportunity to get to know the South Baltic Programme with all its exciting projects! Everyone who would like to get familiar with the South Baltic Programme and its activities is invited.
A movie about sustainable recreational fishing and the angling resort in our German case study area in Peenemünde is now available on our CATCH YouTube channel.
During anglin competition "Troć Iny" (Goleniów, Poland), Green Federation GAJA will present the idea and mission of the CATCH project.
The article about the CATCH project was published in the latest issue of "Fischerei und Fischmarkt MV".