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  • 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 way to summarize our gathering is by sharing our living mural that was started on day one and added to throughout the gathering. We built upon our existing model of birds, bees, and worms, and added beavers! Beavers play a critical role in the NAMA network ecosystem by helping attack invasive species and their roots. By the end of the gathering, a piece of every conversation we had was reflected in the mural!

    Stay tuned for even more exciting updates and plans! For now, make sure to read below to find out how you can dive into The FoodPrint of Wild Seafood and keep up with what the Catch Share Reform Coalition is up to in February. 

  • Happy New Year!

    As we reflect on 2022 and look forward to 2023 we're looking forward to another year of cracking down on private equity companies controlling our fisheries while at the same time growing more community-based seafood models and businesses!

    2022 was a busy year for us and all of you! To close out the year, we released The FoodPrint of Wild Seafood! Plus, check out the end of the newsletter for a recap of just a few of the highlights from 2022, including a video of some of the team's time in Alaska at the Local Catch Network Summit.

  • The veil of secrecy has been pulled back on AquaBounty, the biotech company that created genetically engineered salmon, what many are calling frankenfish. The #BlockCorporateSalmon team has been collaborating with a former AquaBounty worker and with several community organizers in Ohio and Indiana leading up to the publishing of a report exposing AquaBounty.