Country: United States of America | Start Year: 1995
Key design elements include low concentration limits, restrictions on trading, strict shareholder eligibility requirements and the allocation of a percentage of the shares to the Community Development Quota program.
Country: United States of America | Start Year: 2007
Key design elements for this program include shareholder eligibility requirements, cooperative formation, concentration caps, delivery restrictions, prohibition of discards, and sideboard limits.
Country: United States of America | Start Year: 2008
Key design elements for this program include eligibility requirements, government approved cooperative formation, concentration caps, trading restrictions, and sideboards.
The unique three-pie approach defines and assigns different types of privileges to vessel owners, crew and processor communities. An industry-funded, government-operated loan program assists new entrants and crew.
Country: Canada | Start Year: 2006
Key design elements include quota set-asides, which are meant to encourage community development and incentivize positive treatment of crew. It also requires 100% individual accountability of all catch.