In this document we present the conclusions or lessons learnt for co-management based on the Grenada case study: legalisation of beach seine traditional rules at Gouyave. The lessons learnt are presented under headings which represent the key characteristics of successful co-management institutional arrangements. Emphasis is placed on understanding the conditions for successful co-management as perceived by the stakeholders at the case study research sites. The choice of conditions is also supported by empirical evidence from initiatives at more advanced phases of development in other regions of the world. Effort was also directed towards promoting the uptake of concepts and practices that may lead to co-management success.
Parsaram, K. and McConney, P. 2004. Grenada case study: Legalisation of beach seine traditional rules at Gouyave. A summary of lessons learnt. Barbados: Caribbean Conservation Association. 10 pp.