Last week the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) was proud to take part in the brilliant Great British Spring Clean.
In the second of our series of EMFF Focus On’s and to coincide with National Apprenticeship week 6 March 2017 we focus on Whitby and District Fishing Industry Training School.
To help explain more about our varied marine licensing remit we take a brief look at a selection of activities carried out by the team in early 2017.
This is the first in a series of EMFF Focus On’s where we look at projects funded or in the process of being funded by EMFF and the benefits they are bringing to fisheries, industry, the public and communities.
Hot on the heels of our data entry blog Martin Arris tells us about his work as an MMO marine officer and the importance of the data upon which he relies.
Laura Milstead, Administration Officer with the MMO North Shields coastal office tells us about the valuable work of MMO coastal data entry teams.
The MMO is one of a number of Government organisations involved in Project Kraken – conducting intelligence-led enforcement activities in the marine area.
This week the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) launched the consultation on the Draft South Marine Plans. The consultation will be open between 7 November 2016 and 27 January 2017. Stakeholders will be able to comment via the MMO’s Citizen Space …
On the day the MMO publish their Annual Sea Fisheries Statistics, Lisa Richardson (MMO, Senior Statistical Officer) tells us a little about the work that goes into preparing the statistics.
Today is #TalkLikeAPirateDay and I wanted to share some information on the work the IUU team do to implement the IUU Regulation on behalf of the UK and prevent illegally caught fish from coming across our border.