With the recent launch of Fisheryprogress.org, a one-stop shop for information on the progress of global fishery improvement projects, we will be closing the SFP FIP Directory website by June 2017. FisheryProgress.org is a collaboration of the Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions, and the platform has built buy-in across industry, NGOs, and others working in fishery improvement. As a member of the Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions, we’re now tracking our projects on FisheryProgress.org.
As we transition to FIPs to FisheryProgress, the SFP FIP Directory will be live, but it will no longer be actively maintained.
Please contact FisheryProgress.org (Kristin Sherwood, email@example.com) for information on how to create a listing on their website. Any other questions can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.