By: Clinton Edwards Its funny calling the work we do "field work" because most the time the "field" is a public beach park used by families having lua's on weekends, tourists headed out for peaceful days at the beach, and even the people who call these parking lots home. We open up our van and out … Continue reading It’s All About the Limu
By: Tara Whitty While we can be confident in assuming that there is a lot we do not yet know about small-scale fisheries (SSF), we don’t necessarily know how much is known. The dispersed and disparate nature of SSF renders them particularly challenging to study. Part of that challenge is that research on these … Continue reading Sharing Information for Small-Scale Fisheries
By: Tara Whitty Note: I’m writing this as an ecologist with limited experience studying and understanding the governance of resources. This is not meant to be authoritative, but rather, is based on my impressions. Please let me know (nicely…) if I sound foolish. Do you know how many fishing regulations you just broke?! Earlier this … Continue reading License and Registration Please!!