SAFRN aims to connect researchers and small-scale fisheries enthusiasts from all corners of the world for the ultimate improvement of the science, conservation, and awareness. Below are the ways you can get involved with the network and connect with people making advancements in the field!

 

Join the Network

If you would like to have your name listed in our directory and available to people whom are interested in your work, email hbassett@uw.edu with “Join SAFRN” in the subject and the below information included:

  • Your name and affiliation
  • A brief bio and/or a link to your website

 

Join the List-serve

To stay up-to-date on SAFRN’s latest news, receive small-scale fisheries research happenings, or address researchers in the field with relevant questions, join our list-serve by clicking here.

To subscribe you will be asked to enter your email address and create a password and you will be free to unsubscribe at any time. Currently, we are a low-volume list-serve, but we encourage relevant posts.

 

Contact Us

If you would like to contact us, please email Hannah, at hbassett@uw.edu.

 

7 Responses to GET INVOLVED

  1. I am a freelance photographer and fellow in the International League of Conservation Photographers. For the last few years I have focused on small-scale fisheries management. I am very interested in connecting with others interested in this subject and the advocacy and education around it.

  2. Dr.N.A.Talwar says:

    I am Assoc.Professor in Fishery engineering in Faculty of Fishery Sciences under Wes Bengal university of Animal and Fishery Sciences, West Bengal,India,would like to work /collaborate with your mission which will help for our state artisanal fisheries development in sustainable manner. I look forward ..

  3. Fulgencio Kayiso says:

    I’m currently doing my doctoral studies in department of environment, Makerere University. My thesis is titled “Indigenous knowledge, conservation and co-management of fisheries resources in Uganda. A case of small-scale fishing communities (Wakiso and Kalangala districts)” I look forward to working closely with researchers in the domain of artisanal fisheries.

  4. Chris Barry says:

    Correction: chair of the SNAME Small Craft T&R Committee.

  5. Chris Barry says:

    I am the chair of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. SNAME has long been involved with various small craft and fishing systems, as well as various aspects of historic and artisanal small craft (a panel on such small craft, including a presentation on a traditional artisanal fishing boat type was held at the last annual meeting) and some of our members may be useful to you.

    I also assume you are familiar with the old FAO material on such fisheries.

    Please feel free to contact me if I can help.

  6. Dr.Surapa Raju says:

    I would like to know more about SAFRN

  7. kayiso fulgencio says:

    I wish to learn a lot more about artisanal fisheries

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