We invite parents to learn more about Baltic fish and sustainable fishing. Such knowledge will help parents support their children on an educational adventure during the "Treasures of the Baltic Sea" programme.
Correct and rational nutrition is one of the most important environmental factors which significantly influence the development of our organism and allow for maintenance of good health.
Conservation periods are set annually, so in subsequent years restrictions may be greater or smaller*. In 2020, there was a total ban on all fishing, including pelagic fish (e.g. herring), in the southern part of the Baltic Sea from 4 June to 31 August.
Sustainable fishing does not upset the natural balance in the marine ecosystem, leaves more fish in the seas and favours other marine wildlife.
Learn more about the fish species found in the Baltic Sea. Check out interesting information about their habits. Compare the nutritional values of Baltic fish and try out tried and tested recipes.
When buying fish, we are faced with a choice: farmed or caught? This decision can affect our health.
Freshly caught fish are easy to recognise - you just need to know what to check. Here is our simple checklist. Take it to the shop and use it in the kitchen.