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The Polynesian Cultural Center, Samoa Village, layman
Polynesian Cultural Center, named number 1 in Hawaii by USA Today, is situated on the North Shore of Oahu. Discover 42 hectares of tropic splendour with 6 genuine towns that represent the archipelago of Hawaii, Fiji, Aotearoa (New Zealand), Samoa, Tahiti and Tonga. Mix with the Pacific Islands as they divide the Majesties of their civilization through musical, dancing and practical crafts.
It is a regal celebration that mixes a tasty selection of local and continental cuisine with the thrill of genuine local entertainments from all over Polynesia. Burned by fire, singing and dancing with over 100 Polynesians, this history of love will make this event an memorable one. Polynesia Cultural Centre: all Polynesia in one place.
06. Several management schedules are for a specific purpose: Samoa's Village Fisheries Management Plans
Village fishing management: Samoa's community-based strategy. At present, Samoa has more than 80 fishing reservations administered by the EU with the support of the Government's fishing department. It describes in detail the Samoa municipalities' approach to the development of fishery managment plan and the creation of fishing reservations.
The report outlines some of the actions to be carried out with local authorities (e.g. problem/resolution trees) and outlines some of the schemes that local authorities can suggest as fishery managment actions (e.g. limitation of the number of fishermen). It also discusses alternative approaches to fishery (e.g. aquaculture) and the roles of all actors in the community-based processes.
These annexes contain samples of the questionnaire used to complete the managment plans and a sample managment plans from a municipality. samoanian communities have created many village fisheries managment plans in the indigenous Samoan tongue. For many years the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries of Samoa has been working in close cooperation with the communities.
Those blueprints mirror area-based nature protection and governance efforts in Pacific municipalities. Finally, the maps are published in BIOPAMA's Pacific Environment Information Network (PEIN) and Reference Information System (RRIS). A few fishing managment plans in Samoan Village: