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Stakeholders discuss spawning methods

Ana Madigibuli
Friday, October 17, 2014

CONSERVATION organisations in the country are looking at new approaches to fisheries management in Fiji.

Representatives from different organisations attended a technical briefing on a data-poor fisheries management approach program at the Southern Cross Hotel in Suva yesterday.

The Department of Fisheries, the Wildlife Conservation Society, Partner in Community Development in Fiji, the Locally Managed Marine Areas Network, Marine Ecology Fiji, USP and Coral Reef Alliance provided advice on new approaches for fisheries management in Fiji.

WWF conservation director Sally Bailey said the major focus of the discussions was spawning methodology and its importance in Fiji as it would provide a sustainable food source.








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