This case is situated in the northern rural town of Sauteurs set in the agricultural parish of St. Patrick's in Grenada. It was selected as an example of an attempt to co-manage a valuable inshore fishery with fairly well defined resource and community boundaries, but at a location remote from the fisheries authority.
Parsaram, K. and McConney, P. 2004. Grenada case study: The lobster fishery at Sauteurs. A summary of lessons learnt. Barbados: Caribbean Conservation Association. 10 pp.