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Welsh Fishermans Association / Cwmdeithas Pysgotwr Cymru

WFA-CPC campaign 'Sea Our Future'

Ahead of the Senedd election on the 6th May, the WFA has published its vision document, Sea Our Future, explaining who, what and how the WFA and its constituent fishermen’s associations work with fisheries managers, nature conservation bodies and others to aim for sustainable and profitable fisheries.

WFA-CPC Sea Our Future


The WFA-CPC’s manifesto centres around the need to reform fisheries management in Wales to achieve our vision and specifically requests:

WFA-CPC’s constituent associations have arranged to meet Senedd candidates to explain the need for a reform.

WFA-CPC Help us Sea Our Future