BALTA Project D2 Proposal for 2007-2008 - Leveraging Social Ownership of Proprietary Trademarks related to the Golden Mussel as a Base for Expansion of Social Enterprise in Coastal B.C. Aboriginal Communities
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This proposal/plan presents plans for research by the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA) in support of golden mussel aquaculture industry development with British Columbia, Canada, coastal First Nations communities. This research will focus on three areas: Mussel Aquaculture Industry Development Experiences In Different Jurisdictions; Lessons Learned From Systematic Replication of Social Enterprises; and Best Practices in Social and Private Enterprise Franchising.
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