Film Friday: Catching Fish, Collecting Data

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CLDwuTKJGg&t Today's Film Friday highlights a participatory research project we conducted with fishermen in Laos. With support from the Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund, we trained Read More…

Film Friday: The Nakasng Fish Landing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4ct-d-X6OY Today's Film Friday is a look at bustling Nakasang Fish Landing, located on the Mekong River in Laos near the border with Cambodia. This site is Read More…

A Fish Conservation Zone Blessing

As our efforts to establish a Fish Conservation Zone (FCZ) at Kengmai Rapids in Laos drew to a close, we marked the milestone with a ceremony, a Read More…

Riverside gardens

The months of March and April are the height of the dry season in Laos. No rain breaks the persistent heat and the air is hazy with Read More…

Secrets of the Mekong

Last month brought a little limelight to FISHBIO's international conservation program in Southeast Asia. The environmental and conservation news website mongabay.com interviewed our conservation director, Harmony Patricio, Read More…

Mekong Environmental Symposium

FISHBIO recently attended the Mekong Environmental Symposium, held March 5-7 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, which gathered governmental decision-makers, scientists, and organizations active in the Mekong Read More…

Urban fishing

Fishing in Mekong cities looks a bit different than catching fish in rural villages. During a recent visit to Cambodia to train local researchers (see Makeshift lab), Read More…