Meet Our Newest Board Members!

Greetings from Georgia! I had the honor of spending a few days last week in Savannah at our annual board retreat. This one was particularly special as we welcomed four …

Diving into Bluewashing!

Our coalition Don’t Cage our Oceans organized a membership gathering in DC last week and to borrow a phrase that you might hear during a March Madness basketball game, we …

Wild Fisheries are Dead?!

As we close out Black History Month and head into March, I wanted to share this post from Movement Education Outdoors with you. Movement Education Outdoors is an organization connecting Rhode Island …

Sailing into 2024! All Aboard!

We kicked off 2024 with a staff retreat in Gloucester, MA, where we had the chance to collectively dream and scheme. When our team talks about NAMA’s work, we often use …

2023 Year End Recap

The Aquaculture Values Report is here!

In the September 2023 newsletter, we share the Aquaculture Values Report, give you the latest on the Blue Harvest shutdown, and share the comment letter sent to NOAA regarding the …

Birds, Bees, Worms, and Beavers!

Read the newsletter To start the year, the NAMA team gathered together in mid-January to discuss the year ahead, and we came up with some big plans! Perhaps the best …

Fishermen at Farm Aid!

In September 2022, fishermen made history when they were on stage at Farm Aid! This was a moment that NAMA Coordinating Director Niaz Dorry had been dreaming of for 28 …

Meet our new Media Coordinator!

In our August 2022 newsletter, we invite you to meet our new Media Coordinator, Feini Yin! “Hi friends, my name is Feini Yin (they/them), and I recently joined the NAMA …

NAMA’s August newsletter

What we’re reading on Katrina’s 10-year anniversary, our latest news and blog posts, and a sea shanty for you! See it all in our August newsletter!

Now Playing: Our Greatest Hits of 2014

In 2014, we felt the strength of this network of collaborators amplifying and supporting our efforts to build a more just and sustainable seafood supply. Check out our December newsletter …

Giving Thanks, NAMA-Style

Check out this month’s newsletter to keep up to date on the latest in our network. From Rock the Boat to Amendment 18 and a student-led movement to shift higher …

Dog(fish) Days of Summer

Most people take it easy in August; we ramp things up! Check out our latest newsletter about how we’re making high impact, having family style events, reaching markets, policy makers …

Hellos, Goodbyes and Updates

Check out our latest newsletter;introducing you to our new team members, saying goodbye to old ones, updates on a whole host of fronts including Too Big To Ignore conference in …

Loud and Clear – March 15, 2013

The message from the Who Fishes Matters Tour was pretty clear: Fish grabs and consolidation of fisheries access into a few hands is a real and urgent problem; Safeguards to …

2012 DECEMBER NAMA NEWSLETTER

COMMONS SENSE By Niaz Dorry, NAMA’s Coordinating Director What are the Commons? I hear that word more often these days in all sort of places. In the fisheries world, almost …

A Well Oiled, Efficient Ocean?

NAMA Newsletter June 15, 2010 A Well Oiled, Efficient Ocean? By Niaz Dorry, NAMA’s Coordinating Director If you aren’t moved by the images from the Gulf of Mexico as oil …

Eat Local Seafood (excerpt from summer 2008 newsletter)

Message from the new Coordinating Director, Niaz Dorry (Excerpt from August 2008 newsletter.  Download full version here) July 15th marked an important occasion: fishermen standing next to farmers at a …

Fleet Vision Needed Now

NAMA Newsletter March 23, 2010 By Brett Tolley NAMA’s Community Organizer & Policy Advocate Click on this link to sign the Fleet Vision Pledge today! Cody crawls around on the …

Trickle Up or Trickle Down?

NAMA Newsletter November 20, 2009 National Ocean and Fisheries Policies: Trickle Up or Trickle Down? By Boyce Thorne Miller NAMA’s Science & Policy Coordinator “Fire! Aim! Ready!” A quote attributed …