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The Slow Fish National Working Group will be organizing its third international gathering. The event will bring together fish harvesters, chefs, supply chain workers, advocates, youth, and people committed to good, clean, and fair seafood for an exciting couple days of connecting, aligning, celebrating, and taking action.

More details can be found here.

See the short video from our gathering in San Francisco here

Recent Newsletters

  • At NAMA, we’re defending the health of the ocean by fighting against corporate takeover. We’ve seen far too many environmental disasters caused by large corporations that place profits over our planet.

    Plaquemines Parish, LA has one of the largest small-scale fishing fleets in the country, with primary catches coming from shrimp, crab, and oysters. It’s also one of the largest crude oil producing areas in the country.

  • From the Pacific Northwest to New England, we're uniting with fishermen and farmers coast to coast.

    Over the past two months, we've continued to rally and organize against corporate greed both on land and at sea. We worked alongside and in partnership with fellow food justice change-makers and continued to pressure NOAA to act in the best interest of the public, as in the case of Carlos "Codfather" Rafael. Throughout our travels, we've helped bring family farmers and fishermen together to build solidarity in their shared experiences and struggles. And over the course of the rest of year, we will continue to fight against corporate takeover, strive for racial equity, embrace and push for values that support food justice, and build economic power.

  • For this month's America the Bountiful mini-tour we headed to the Gulf of Mexico, traveling 1300 miles and visiting a dozen communities. Check out our pics and don't miss our road trip Spotify playlist. We also have updates on the Codfather, Local Catch Summit and Farm Aid. Read more