The purpose of Sustainable Seas, Inc. is to provide assistance for education and job skills training for the people and communities that depend upon fishing coastal marine resources and now face, or will face, disruption of their traditional lifestyles and means of livelihood because of the need to conform with fishery conservation regulations. Our assistance will include sponsoring public meetings to understand the issues and explore their implications for the communities, and to provide financial assistance for retraining in jobs that are water-man oriented and comparable with community traditional use of the sea. We may, when possible, also provide training and financial backing for non-extractive uses for resources such as aquaculture and eco-tourism, or in the sustainable uses for existing fisheries through agreed management practices and value added applications. In this way we will assist these coastal communities to maintain their traditional marine oriented ways of life and embark on a new tradition of sustainable use of their living coastal marine resources.
Our education activities began in 2002. Our main project at this time is the Ligui School and Computer Center Project in Baja California, Mexico. This project is being managed through an affiliation with a Mexican Association Civil: Asistencia Educacion Superior en Ligui-Ensenada Blance, A.C.
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Welcome to A Little of This That and the Other. I mostly post about my work, which is custom home furnishings. My business used to be called Home at Last. I loved that name, but I felt like the name meant I could only make things for the home. A Little of This That and the Other covers, well, pretty much anything. I sometimes get tired of my own work and love posting about my friends and their work, too. Thanks for visiting and be sure to leave a comment and let me know what you think.