Being Social

Being Social

Well. We’ve been relatively silent here for a while, but things are reviving & expanding!  Today, we started our new facebook page and Instagram account, and revamped our blog, and have been more regularly updating on Twitter.  And, as always, you can subscribe to our email listserv.

Perhaps our founder was procrastinating on other work.  Perhaps she finally has some time to tend to these things now that she’s finished her dissertation and is a footloose & fancy-free postdoc. Perhaps we were inspired to get these things up and running by the 2nd World Small-scale Fisheries Congress and the global network of student groups that we’ll be linking together (exciting updates to come).  We hope you find these myriad means of communication interesting and informative!

To get involved:

  • If you’d like a photo featured, email to cmbcafr at gmail.com (make sure it’ll work with a square aspect ratio!), with photo credit.
  • If you’d like to contribute a blog post about your research/fishery, projects, SSF-related musings, etc., we’d love to share it – email cmbcafr at gmail.com
our inaugural instagram pic. follow safrn_images!

our inaugural instagram pic. follow safrn_images!

our facebook page, in all of its glory!

our facebook page, in all of its glory!

 

Related Blogs

Posted by lbonito | December 19, 2013
Updated blog address!
To keep our blog free for us to run, we've changed our address to http://safrnblog.wordpress.com/ !    
Posted by lbonito | October 28, 2013
Contribute to Small-Scale Fisheries & TURFs Database!
If you have information on Territorial User Rights Fisheries from your field sites, you'll find this initiative by the DiscoverTURFs team at UCSB interesting - please contribute if you can!...
Posted by lbonito | September 30, 2013
SnAP now online!
We are please to announce that the latest version of our Snapshot Assessment Protocol (SnAP)  is now online!  SnAP is a rapid assessment protocol for small-scale fisheries, with guidelines and...
scripps oceanography uc san diego