Cedar posts assembled across a river as part of weir construction to catch migrating salmon.

Could These 5 Indigenous Fishing Techniques Help Revitalize Salmon?

November 17, 2022

The Non-GMO Project is based in Bellingham, Washington, on the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish tribes. Indigenous people have fished and stewarded salmon for thousands of years in this region. Today, salmon face a daunting combination of threats — habitat loss, climate change and disease from farmed fish. And when GMO salmon entered the… » Read more

Collage of three images: a strand of DNA, a field of grain and two people in the foreground gesturing over a computer.

What’s wrong with GMOs? A lot.

May 19, 2022

When GMOs were commercialized in the 1990s, few people knew about these novel organisms entering the food supply. Their development, testing and deployment had occurred with a startling lack of transparency. However, as early GMOs and their derivatives made their way into more and more common food products, folks in the natural foods sector started… » Read more