Please join us in welcoming three people to the NAMA team: Andrianna Natsoulas, James Mitchell, and Casey Willson. Together, they make the trio who is moving the Don’t Cage Our Oceans Coalition (DCO2) forward. NAMA is a founding member of DCO2, so when the time came for the project to seek a new home to help match its growth trajectory, it was a no-brainer for us to open our doors. Our deep gratitude to Recirculating Farms for hosting the project till now. Learn more about DCO2 and their mission to stop the development of offshore finfish farming in the United States through federal law, policies, and coalition building, while uplifting values-based sea-food systems led by local communities by diving into our fall recap!
Plus, you don’t want to miss our Farm Aid reflections, How American Fishermen Lost the Right to Fish, Indigenous Oyster Farming on Cape Cod, Slow Fish Rising Tide updates from NOLA, and Anna Marie Shrimp’s appearance on Cooking with Emeril! Catch it all in the fall recap!