Hits: 274 Created on 19 May 2015 Written by Gary Clifford Category: MARINE/YACHTING
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GRENADIAN FISHERMEN HELPING WITH CONSERVATION

St. George – On Tuesday, Grenada Fisheries division and Gary Clifford presented T shirts from The Billfish Foundation and a case of beer from True Blue Sportfishing to Capt. Kels Hazel and other crew members from the Grenada commercial fishing boat "Big Tune."

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Hits: 517 Created on 14 May 2015 Written by GIS Category: MARINE/YACHTING
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HIGH-LEVEL MEETING OF CARIBBEAN FISHERIES MINISTERS TO BE HELD IN GRENADA

St. George -- Fisheries Ministers from Member States of the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM) are expected to sign off on the Declaration on Spiny Lobster by way of a resolution, when they convene the 9th Meeting of the Ministerial Council of the CRFM on Friday, 15 May 2015 at Flamboyant Hotel in St. George.

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Hits: 418 Created on 22 April 2015 Written by Deanna Isaac Category: MARINE/YACHTING
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REVIEW OF THE MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE OF MARINE PROTECTED AREAS

Hillsborough -- The Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs and Local Government in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Forestry, Fisheries and Environment invite all interested persons and stakeholders to a consultation to review the management and governance of Marine Protected Areas in the State of Grenada.

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Hits: 582 Created on 30 April 2015 Written by Deanna Isaac Category: MARINE/YACHTING
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MANAGEMENT OF MARINE PROTECTED AREAS BEING REVIEWED

Beausejour, Carriacou - A new management policy is being considered by government for the operations of marine protected areas in the tri-island state.

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Hits: 415 Created on 14 April 2015 Written by DR. Everson J. Peters Category: MARINE/YACHTING
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DEVELOPMENT OR DESTRUCTION: WHY THE GROWTH OF YACHTING IN TYRELL BAY SHOULD BE A CONCERN

It is generally said that the price of development is high. The need to balance development, such that the focus on short term benefits does not mask the long term economic, environmental and social costs, is a challenge for many countries. In the case of developing countries, particularly small islands like Carriacou and Petite Martinique, addressing this challenge could only be considered a mammoth task.

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