Close-up of rainbow trout in fish farm. The farm produces rainbow trout to sell to restaurants and shops and is rearing about 16 000 fish in its ponds. After two months the fish are given to restaurants and shops in the Anjar Valley where they are kept for another four to five months before being eaten. The Anjar Valley is a resort area where people come from Beirut to relax in the summer and it is particularly well known for its fish restaurants. - - Local Support to the Rehabilitation of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries: UTFN/LEB/002/LEB. The objective of the project is to give support to three sub-sectors: agriculture, forestry and fisheries directed by a national coordinator. The fisheries component of the project concerns the rehabilitation of a pisciculture centre in Anjar, where reservoirs and irrigation canals are being restored, a new network of waterways is being constructed, new equipment is being supplied and fish hatching techniques are being improved.