New fishing policy for tinapa industry
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To ensure the availability of Alumahan (island mackerel) for the tinapa (smoked fish) industry, the alliance of Samar Sea Mayors has proposed the “No-fishing” policy during the months of March-April-May-June. BFAR studies reveal that alumahan and other fish species spawn during these months. The move is not only related to tinapa, it also ensures the sustainability of the fishing industry.
New fishing policy for tinapa industry. (2015, October 16). Manila Bulletin, p.16.
Fishery regulations; Mackerel fisheries; Cured products; Season regulations; Sustainability; Fishery industry; Overfishing; Livelihoods; Artificial reefs; Sanctuaries; Mangrove restoration; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Samar Sea Alliance; Biatungan-Alimpupuro Fish Sanctuary; Samar Sea Alliance; Aquino, Ronald; Gonzaga, Chat
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