FIS Study Bursary (FIS033)
We believe that by investing in people, we can build capacity and release untapped potential in Scottish fishing communities and organisations. Click the image to read about Kate's trip to Harvard Business School.
2019 Fisheries Travel Bursary (FIS031)
In July this year, Nicole Anderson from the Clyde Fishermen's Trust travelled to Maine, in the USA, to meet with the Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association (MCFA), the Maine Centre for Coastal Fisheries and visit the Maine Lobster Festival. Click to read her blog.
2018 Fisheries Travel Bursary (FIS019)
There will always be a lot to learn from fishing practices in other countries. Here, Hannah Fennel shares her experience of relationships in the Danish fishing industry, describing how collaborations are forged and conflict is mitigated. This knowledge could be harnessed to build strong relationships across different sectors in Scotland, and to help maintain them.
International Exchange Project 2015 (FIS009)
The FIS International Travel Bursary sent two young Scottish skippers on a study trip to British Columbia for three weeks. Their itinerary included observing different types of commercial fishing and participating in fisheries management meetings. The pair sought to compare and contrast fishing activity and management processes abroad with those in Scotland.