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EcoWB Advances on Fisheries Improvement Projects

EcoWB has assembled a Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP) Advisory Group, experts in fisheries science, to guide its new FIP program. With their support, we are now moving into assisting on FIPs. Read more about EcoWB FIPs here. Also, EcoWB is engaging in the initial...

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Amazon MegaFish Project is Big Winner

EcoWB is partnering with Jens Hegg of the University of Idaho to assist on this fascinating and critical project. This project was listed on Experiment.com for crowdsourcing and won a special prize for the largest number of single donations!  Read more here and help...

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EcoWB Convenes Workshop on Mexican Mangrove Restoration

EcoWB met April 20-23 with participants from Pronatura, UNAM , and ERM to discuss mangrove forest restoration in the expansive Marismas Nacionales. The workshop was held in San Blas, Nayarit, Mexico and included discussions on the causes for and solutions to mangrove...

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Seeking Volunteer Coordinators

EcoWB is growing fast and we need experienced volunteers to help us manage our wealth of volunteers. Please see our call for Volunteer Coordinators.

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EcoWB Activities at AFS 2015

EcoWB will be fully engaged in AFS 2015 August 16-20 at the Portland Oregon Convention Center. Please come join us at: Workshop on Fisheries Improvement Projects for Developing World Fisheries (Registration Now Closed) The EcoWB Trade Show Booth, Monday afternoon -...

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EcoWB Enters MOU with Pronatura to Conserve Mexican Mangroves

EcoWB signed an MOU with Pronatura Noroeste AC and the Sustainable Fisheries Foundation in January, 2015 to jointly work on protecting and conserving mangrove forests on the Mexican Pacific coast. The U.S. partners desire to assist Pronatura in its efforts to conserve...

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