The Brazil Rock 33 34 Lobster Association is the largest single species association in Canada. Incorporated in August of 2017, with the overall objectives to unite fisherman from Lobster Fishing Areas 33 & LFA 34; to be represented as one voice and to work together to achieve the long-term sustainability of the lobster fishery.
The Brazil Rock 33 34 Lobster Association Mission Statement:
- We support the owner operator
- We support a prosperous and sustainable lobster fishery for the present and the future
- We will cooperate with like-minded organizations in pursuit of common objectives
- We will be run by lobster fishermen/women and supported by lobster fishermen / women.
The Brazil Rock 33 34 Lobster Association is governed by a Board of Directors which is comprised of lobster license holders who own and operate their own fishing enterprises throughout LFA’s 33 and 34.
The Brazil Rock 33 34 Lobster Association has participated in the creation of the Southwest Lobster Science Society (SWLSS), an industry-led approach for by-catch data verification, involved in every step of determining where Marine Protected Areas (MPA’s) would be to benefit all in the future.
Our goals are to work together with Government officials and alike minded associations to secure the future of the lobster fishery.