LINI is helping the coastal communities, in Buleleng and Karangasem – Bali and some places throughout Indonesia to rehabilitate their reefs by establishing artificial reef aggregation structures in damaged areas. The objective of this community-based reef rehabilitation is to regain the function of the reefs to serve as habitats for fish and other reef organisms, on which the coastal communities depend for their livelihoods.
On 13 February 2016, training was held at the LINI Aquaculture and Training Centre (LATC) on breeding fire and cleaner shrimp and the propagation of carpet anemone. Twelve participants (fishers, LATC staff and LINI staff) attended the training, which was given by Ibu Wiwie from Cahaya Baru Jakarta. Continue reading
On 8th November, Independent Aquatic Imports UK and shop owners from Maidenhead Aquatics, the UK’s leading specialist aquatic retailer, visited the LINI Aquaculture and Training Centre (LATC) in Les village, North Bali. This was their second visit to LINI, having visited for the first time in October 2014 before the LATC had been built. Continue reading