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Posted by | October 18, 2014
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...

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Posted by | 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/ !    

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Posted by | November 12, 2013
Report on Irrawaddy dolphin conservation in Malampaya Sound, Philippines

Malampaya Sound Prelim Summary Whitty

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Posted by | 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!...

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Posted by | 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...

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Posted by | July 24, 2013
San Diego General Meetings

We're resuming our monthly meetings, starting with two fantastic speakers.  Last month, Jack Kittinger  at the Center for Ocean Solutions presented some of his research in his talk, Exploring Social-Ecological Interactions in...

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Posted by | April 17, 2013
Global Inventory of Small-scale Fisheries Researchers

  SAFRN is a collaborator with Too Big To Ignore (TBTI), a global network for small-scale fisheries research.  TBTI's currently putting together an inventory of researchers in the field -...

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Posted by | April 8, 2013
San Diego General SAFRN Meetings Resumed!

After a bit of a fieldwork-induced hiatus, SAFRN's monthly meetings are back! We had our first meeting of 2013 today, and it was great to see some new faces.  In...

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Posted by | December 11, 2012
Annual Waitt Foundation Symposium

The various ocean conservation initiatives funded by the Waitt Foundation are meeting, sharing, and hobnobbing at the Waitt Symposium, December 11-12.  Check out some of our fellow Waitt-funded projects here -...

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Posted by | December 4, 2012
“Consider A Fish” @ SIO, Thursday, December 6

Sea urchin bisque. Photo credits: State of California, Ocean Protection Council CMBC and partners invite you to "Consider a Fish" - a interactive and informative evening for those interested in...

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