This video says about itself:
A great catch: fisheries improve in Ambodivahibe | Conservation International (CI)
18 June 2015
In northernmost Madagascar, local fishing communities have created “no-take zones” that are closed to fishing for three or four months each year, giving fish populations time to recover. This measure has caused an exponential increase in fish catch in only a few years.
Learn more in this blog [including the role of goats].
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