We're often asked why we do what we do, and how we do our work. In our latest blog, NAMA's director Niaz Dorry answers those questions. Read Six Things to Know About NAMA here.
This opinion piece by Brett Tolley appeared in the September issue of Commercial Fisheries News and shines a spotlight on the drivers of catch share programs including the Charles Koch Foundation, Walton Family Foundation of Walmart, and others. Time to fix New England's catch share policy now!
It's Seafood Throwdown season! Check out this video from the Slow Food Youth team at the University of New Hampshire who organized the first ever youth-led Seafood Throwdown. Also check out their work in transforming UNH's seafood buying policies.
What a great night... thank you for all the love in the room! This night would not have been possible with so many people including all of you who joined us, The Williams Agency, who produced the event for us; Arts at the Armory for hosting us; our community partner Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts, Somerville Local First, Boston Collaborative for Food and Fitness, and Nickerson Art Gallery who also curated the amazing art exhibit that is going on till December 24th; amazing food provided by Johnny's Luncheonette, Turner's Seafood Grill & Market, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, ROCKs, Cabot Creamery Cooperative, Chica de Gallo: libations from Spindrift Fresh, Cape Ann Brewing, and, Green Ambrosia; seafood provided by Red's Best, Sitka Salmon Shares, and New Orleans ShrimpHouse; our sponsors Edible Boston, MIT Sea Grant College Program, and Carroll Steele Insurance; Uber for making sure everyone had a ride; all those who donated auction items; and last but not least our dedicated board and staff, and the volunteers who worked their butt off all night!. Thank you all for making this night a memorable one.