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THE SALT SHAKER
What’s Shaking?
Missed our recent webinar? We’ve got you covered! Listen to highlights from SALT’s second year, and what’s coming up next in 2020.
 

SALT recently accepted submissions for small grants supporting collaborative seafood traceability projects. Stay tuned for more updates on this work in our next newsletter.
 
 
 
 
What’s new
on the Website?
 
So glad you asked! Since the launch in September, we’ve been busy adding more stories and resources.
 
 
Strings Attached: Exploring onshore networks behind illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing
 
Comparative Study of Key Data Elements for Import Control Schemes of the Top Three Seafood Markets: EU, US, & Japan
 
 
Where in the world?
Last fall SALT attended the Abalobi and Blue Ventures ICT4Fisheries conference to discover how Information and Communication Technology helps improve traceability and working conditions for fishers. Our own Traci Linder’s thoughts are included in this blog and the event recap video.

SALT will be in Boston attending North American Seafood Expo in March.
Did you catch this?
Outlaw Ocean by Ian Urbina
If you’re not already reading this, get on it!
Spyglass is an innovative new tool by Ecotrust Canada that maps illegal fishing activities.
Interoperability is often difficult to define. Here are David Schorr’s thoughts.
Seafood for Thought
 
Clear communication is key for successful collaboration, but it gets more complicated when a phrase’s meaning is ambiguous.What does electronic Catch Documentation and Traceability (eCDT) mean to you? Please select all that apply, or offer your own definition.
 
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Seas the Day!
ASK
AN EXPERT
 
 
Ask SALT and our community of experts any tricky traceability questions
 
 
Connect with your Community
 
 
The SALT LinkedIn group is a great place to discuss traceability challenges and opportunities.
 
 
Liven up the Library
 
 
If you have read an article, paper, or report you think the community could learn from, please send it to us!
 
 
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