Releasing Fingerlings into the Ocean: Regenerating Marine Resources

02/10/2023

TN&MTIn commemoration of the 92nd anniversary of the establishment of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (March 26, 1931 - March 26, 2023), the 64th anniversary of the traditional day of Vietnam's fisheries sector (April 1, 1959 - April 1, 2023), and by the teachings of Uncle Ho: 'Our silver sea is managed by our people,' across coastal provinces nationwide, various levels of government, departments, and teams have organized ceremonies to release marine fingerlings into the sea. This initiative aims to restore and regenerate marine resources and clean up coastal litter.

Reporters from the Environment and Natural Resources Magazine captured images of fingerling releases in various localities. This activity serves as a reminder that we must harmonize our interactions with the sea. Exploiting without regenerating will deplete our resources, and the ocean will suffer.

Some images captured in the coastal region of Khanh Hoa province:

And in some areas of Binh Thuan province:

Here are some images from the northern provinces: Quang Ninh, Hai Phong, and Nam Dinh:

As the schools of fish return to the vast sea, they seem to rejuvenate, offering the promise that, by respecting nature, humans can coexist with the ocean, enriching the last frontier for mankind. Eventually, the sea will regain its pristine beauty, and the aquatic resources on the ocean floor will flourish. In the future, fishermen will set sail again with bountiful catches of fish and shrimp.

To ensure that the ocean remains an endless source of resources, local authorities in coastal districts, towns, and cities nationwide are urging fishing communities to refrain from overfishing and abide by legal regulations. They are enforcing restrictions on fishing in nearshore areas, especially where marine species are breeding and growing. They also stress compliance with conservation regulations. Additionally, localities are increasing patrols, inspections, and crackdowns on destructive fishing practices such as electrofishing and explosives. By doing so, they aim to maintain the ocean as a rich resource field for humanity.

Minh Anh

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