• Editorial: Regional network on culture-based fisheries and stock enhancement.
    Simon Wilkinson
  • Trout fisheries in the uplands of Arunachal Pradesh: Resources and opportunities.
    Deepjyoti Baruah, K. Kunal, D. Sarma, A.K. Singh, Kabang Kamut and P.K. Thungon
  • Empowering young Indian women through entrepreneurship development: opportunities and constraints.
    Vibha Lohani, Bonika Pant and Tarang Kumar Shah
  • A view on murrel (snakeheads) fisheries in India.
    B. Laxmappa
  • Hybrid catfish Clarias batrachus x Heteropneustes fossilis produced by farmers in West Bengal, India.
    Subrato Ghosh
  • Backyard fish based pig farming using low-cost feed in Arunachal Pradesh: A success story.
    P.P. Chakrabarti, B.C. Mohapatra, Ajmal Hussan and Arnab Ghosh
  • NACA Newsletter

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Backyard fish-based pig farming using low-cost feed in Arunachal Pradesh: A success story

In the north-east hill region of India, integrated fish farming is one of the best alternatives for improving livelihoods as most of the houses in rural areas have access to ponds and livestock. Among livestock, pigs are a popular choice, particularly for the tribal population of the region, who account for a major portion of the population. Pigs can fit into diverse systems of management, and can be reared on a wide variety of waste materials.

Hybrid catfish Clarias batrachus x Heteropneustes fossilis produced by farmers in West Bengal, India

Among the freshwater catfishes, magur (Clarias batrachus) is in great demand in eastern and north-eastern India; it is revered as highly nutritious and therapeutic in nature. During May-June 2016, Sri Sayer Mohammad Sarkar, an experienced magur breeder and seed producer, has achieved success in producing induced-bred hybrid seed of Heteropneustes fossilis and Clarias batrachus. His breeding protocol and experiences in nursery and growout of hybrid catfish are shared in this article.

A view on murrel (snakehead) fisheries in India

Murrels (snakeheads) are the third most important group of freshwater fishes in India after carps and catfishes. Murrels are the most common and dominant group of air breathing freshwater fishes and are highly regarded as food fish. Murrels have a pair of cavities in the pharynx that have folded linings, richly supplied with blood vessels for taking in air. These organs enable these fishes to survive out of water for a few hours or migrate from one pool to another.

Empowering young Indian women through entrepreneurship development: Opportunities and constraints

Women’s entrepreneurship can be a boon for sustainable utilisation of resources, food security and employment generation. Women entrepreneurship can be defined as the process, in which she thinks to set up a business, gathering all the resources necessary to manage a business venture, provide employment to others and to make a profit along the way while minimising risk while initiating, organising and running a business enterprise.

Trout fisheries in the uplands of Arunachal Pradesh: Resources and opportunities

The potential for augmentation of fish production and fish-based eco-tourism in Arunachal Pradesh are immense. The landscape of the state is characterised by lofty mountains with snow-clad peaks, dense forests, turbulent streams and a rich diversity of flora and fauna. We review the potential of some of the lakes in the region to support trout fisheries for both recreational fishing and eco-tourism, with a view to providing job opportunities for highland communities.