U.S. Sustainability Alliance (USSA) members will be championing sustainability at events across Europe this October. They’ll be exhibiting at the ANUGA trade show in Cologne, speaking at Food Integrity Global […]Read more
In the latest episode of This is U.S. Sustainability, the USSA podcast, we explore the devastating effects of erosion on Louisiana’s coastal wetlands and the ecosystems and communities they support. […]Read more
Louisiana is famous for many things – its Creole cuisine, bayous, alligators, and jazz scene are legendary. But, unbeknown to many, it is also an agricultural powerhouse, the premier gateway […]Read more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has selected USSA member The Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) to establish the first National Intertribal Food Business Center. The Center will provide technical assistance and […]Read more
We spoke to Shannon about her fishing heritage, the culture she is proud to be part of, and the industry practices that will help protect Alaska’s seafood bounty for the future.Read more
In honor of Women’s History Month this March and International Women’s Day, we celebrate some of the women who are making a difference and championing excellence in farming, forestry, and fisheries.Read more
Hear directly from noted seafood chef and author Barton Seaver about the sustainability of the American lobster industry.Read more
American farmers and producers are focused on sustainability and taking care of the land for future generations, writes Ekonom deputy editor Martin Petricek.Read more
Six journalists from the UK and EU spent last week touring southwest Louisiana rice country for an in-depth look at U.S. rice production with a special emphasis on sustainable production practices.Read more
The Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC), representing U.S. agricultural producers across 574 federally recognized American Indian tribes and Alaska Native Villages, has joined the U.S. Sustainability Alliance (USSA). This brings USSA’s […]Read more
According to a new report from the FAO and OECD, without peace in Ukraine, the issue of global food security will continue to worsen, especially for the world’s poorest.Read more
The mission follows the resumption of U.S.- EU trade in shellfish products earlier this year, after ten years of disruption.Read more
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