January 2020 - SCHEDULE: Inaugural Annual General Meeting Thursday 30th April 02 2020
Fal Fishery Cooperative CIC (Community Interest Company)
Inaugural Annual General Meeting 2020
Thursday 30th January
Mylor Yacht Club, Mylor Yacht Harbour, Falmouth, TR11 5UF
The purpose of the schedule throughout the day is to introduce academics, authorities and funders to the unique Fal Fishery, its challenges and the projects planned by the Fal Fishery Cooperative CIC. It also welcomes licensed oyster gatherers and registered Aquaculture Production Businesses (APB) who wish to become members of the CIC to attend the AGM at the end of the day.
0900-1230 Fal Fishery Trips
Limited space of 6 guests is available to have an hours excursion out on a Truro River Oyster Boat aka Falmouth Working Boat experiencing the traditional methods used by the last sailing fishing fleet. There are three trips planned in the 3 hour period, departing/returning from/to Mylor Yacht Harbour Pontoons. (weather permitting 48hrs notice)
Limited space of 10 guests is available to have an hours excursion out on a registered survey vessel introducing guests to the King Harry Aquaculture Site. There are two trips planned in the 3 hour period, departing/returning from/to Mylor Yacht Harbour Pontoons. (weather permitting 48hrs notice)
Registration is essential but both excursions can be achieved in the 3 hour period by a small number of guests.
1230-1400 Lunch will be available to purchase at Cafe Mylor, menus will be forwarded and reservations will be made for those wishing to attend.
1400-1600 Limited space of 16 guests for a showing of Short Films and Funding Presentations by the Fal Fishery Cooperative CIC hosted at Mylor Yacht Club
1600-1800 Public Meeting - Following the initial discussions and the circulated questionnaire in January 2019, and the subsequent incorporation of the Community Interest Company in March 2019, we will be hosting the inaugural AGM at Mylor Yacht Club where we will announce the lease of the King Harry Aquaculture Site and the planned applications for community fishery funding.
1800-1900 Open Floor Opportunity for Questions and Further Discussions
1900 Meeting Closes
“FISHING AT SUSTAINABLE LEVELS #FISHERIESBILL ” Thursday 30th January 2020 – Mylor Yacht Club
1400 to 1600 REGISTRATION OF ATTENDANCE
1400 to 1410 Dreams of a cooperative, but starting out as one man, so fishery needs your support
1410 to 1430 NON/NORA – Berlin Recommendations, Policy, Habitat Restoration not Fishery Management
1430 to 1440 Three Tier – environment (planet) carbon, economic (profit) domestic, social (people) heritage
1440 to 1500 King Harry Aquaculture Site – unique opportunity, scientific research, MSc/PhD, repopulate from 5%
1500 to 1520 Funding Applications – SIF (£249k floating hatchery), EMFF/MFF (£100k storage nursery), 4 months!
1520 to 1530 Crowdfunder – #SavingESTER (03rd Feb – 29th Mar),
1530 to 1545 BBC – One Silly Mistake, Art of Failure, Damaging Seabed “if not catching anything!”
1545 to 1600 Reports – Inefficiency, L3M PDO, UK Fisheries Bill, Seafood Expert Panel
1600 to 1800 REGISTRATION OF ATTENDANCE
1600 to 1610 Dreams of a cooperative, but starting out as one man, so fishery needs your support
1610 to 1630 King Harry Aquaculture Site – unique opportunity, EMFF/MFF (£100k storage nursery)
1630 to 1645 BBC One Silly Mistake, Historic Landings, Other Species (Queens/Pacifics), Exporting v Domestic
1645 to 1715 YouTube Chesapeake Bay Oysters – restoration, management, aquaculture, quotas!!
1715 to 1745 Funding Opportunities – Infrastructure, Marketing, Logistics, Fair Pay, Sustainable Fishery
1745 to 1800 CIFCA SURVEY 2020
1800 to 1900 Fisher’s Question Time
1800 to 1815 CIC
1815 to 1830 Fishery
1830 to 1845 Oysters
1845 to 1900 Funding