Press Releases

NAMA and NFFC to share leadership

Two national organizations fighting on the front lines for a just food system have decided to share their strength and leadership to increase their collective impact. The Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance (NAMA) and the National Family Farm Coalition (NFFC) announced that, as of May 1, Niaz Dorry will lead the work of both organizations. Dorry has been the coordinating director of NAMA for a decade and has served as an NFFC board member for the past eight years; treasurer for the past two.

Public Letter to Fulton Fish Market Condemning Claim of Community Supported Fishery

Gloucester, MA: Today, individuals representing 76 businesses and organizations along with the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance (NAMA) delivered a public letter to Fulton Street Fish Market asking them to discontinue their “Community Supported Fishery” (CSF) marketing campaign on the basis of “dishonest and values-deprived” advertising.

Slow Fish New Orleans 2016: Connections at the Gateway to the Americas

“Know your fisherman!” “Know your seafood!” These are two of the key themes of the storytelling and community building at the Slow Fish New Orleans 2016 event, to be held March 10-13 at The Old U.S. Mint. Fishermen, chefs, scientists, students, activists and those who create community around seafood from all over North America will be uniting in stories, food, music and art to address the successes and challenges of the common vision for good, clean and fair seafood to all. 

New England’s community-based fishermen and supporters to demonstrate against corporate consolidation and inaction by fisheries policy makers

Fed up with policies designed to consolidate the fishing industry and privatize the rights to fish, a group of community-based fishermen and their supporters will gather at the New England Fisheries Management Council’s (NEFMC) meeting in Plymouth, MA this coming Wednesday, September 30th. Reporters covering business, environment, food, and politics are encouraged to attend. Download the full press advisory.