Hi Brett! Thank you so much for all of your work on the new NFA website! It is looking great. I've written up some suggestions for you to consider for the site and I've tried to categorize them a little bit. If you have any questions about this feel free to reach out.
The gray link color on top of the yellow background is a little hard to read, and probably does not meet web accessibility requirements because there is not enough contrast between the gray and the yellow. I'd recommend making the background color something other than pale yellow (maybe just white, or a really light gray?), and I'd recommend changing the link color as well. Blue is a very standard link color and might look nice with this beautiful picture you have in the background!
I'd recommend only using a red font for an error or alert message.
I'd recommend trying to have more consistent font styles and sizes. Right now there are a lot of different fonts, some are bold, some are italics, and several font types too. Try to have a more consistent styling. Different font styles are okay, but should be used intentionally to convey some type of hierarchy on the page, for example.
If possible, I'd suggest removing the transitions between the photos, or stick to a simple fade - simpler is better.
I'd also suggest only cycling through the images once in the slideshow and then have it stop and just show one, otherwise it gets a little distracting. I'm not sure if the slideshow you're using will let you customize it that much, so if it doesn't, I'd recommend limiting how many pages you put the slideshow on.
There is a small dot indicator within the navigation that is used to indicate the active page/section - this is cool, but the dot is really small, if it is possible I'd try making it more obvious, like a line under the title instead.
I'd suggest putting the logo in the top left corner instead of on the right, it is a standard convention to put the logo on the top left, but certainly not required.
There needs to be a little more spacing around the content on the left side of the home page, it bumps up against the edge of the container.
I'll try to review the site a little more today and can send over some more feedback later today or tomorrow if I have any.
Thanks again for all of your work putting this together!!