Ellsworth High School - Maine
|Interviewee||Collection Sort descending||Description||Interviewer||Date of Interview||Location of Interview||Affiliation|
|Brian Langley||Ellsworth High School - Maine||
Brian Langley is a a culinary arts teacher and local restauranteaur. Langley learned the restaurant business from his father and discovered his passion for cooking when he took a culinary program in high school. His seafood-centered restaurant, the Union River Lobster Pot in Ellsworth, Maine, is based on the lesson that you have to sell what people want to buy, not what you want to sell. Langley serves a variety of fish but the top sellers are salmon, halibut, scallops, shrimp, and clams.
|Matt Homich, Rick Trombley, Zac Lutz, Candice Macbeth||Ellsworth, ME||NOAA/NMFS Local Fisheries Knowledge Pilot Project|
|Jane Langley||Ellsworth High School - Maine||
Jane Langley is the co-owner of Union River Lobster Pot, a seafood restaurant located in Ellsworth, Maine. Born in Michigan, Jane moved to Southwest Harbor at a young age and later settled in Ellsworth. With a background in the restaurant industry, Jane and her husband operated the Oak Point Lobster Pound for ten years before deciding to venture into something new. In 2005, they purchased a property on South Street and built the Union River Lobster Pot.
|Chris Johnston, Felicia Hill, Jessica Carter, Steve Weisman||Ellsworth, ME||NOAA/NMFS Local Fisheries Knowledge Pilot Project|
|Theodora Beal||Ellsworth High School - Maine||
Theodora Beal, affectionately called "Gram," grew up in West Tremont, Maine, in a large family of six brothers and six sisters. Her father was a fisherman, and they lived by the water, surrounded by boats and the fishing industry.
|Evan Beal, Cassandra Engstrom, Deanne Daigle, Zach Cravens||Ellsworth Falls, ME||NOAA/NMFS Local Fisheries Knowledge Pilot Project|
|Kevin Lynch||Ellsworth High School - Maine||
Kevin Lynch is a seasoned boat captain and fisherman with extensive experience in various types of fishing. He has been involved in the fishing industry for approximately fifteen years, primarily focusing on scallop fishing, dragging industry, tuna fishing, and elver fishing. Kevin's fishing ventures have taken him to different locations, including Maine and New Jersey.
|Pat Nabozny, Shawna Lunch, Janna Piazza||Ellsworth, ME||NOAA/NMFS Local Fisheries Knowledge Pilot Project|
|Russell Boynton||Ellsworth High School - Maine||
Russell Boynton, born on June 4, 2005, is a resident of Ellsworth, Maine. He has been involved in worming for nearly 50 years, starting during his high school years in 1957. Russell's interest in worming sparked when he observed people carrying buckets of worms and realized its potential for earning money. Initially balancing worming with college and a grocery store job, Russell soon discovered that worming was more lucrative. He gradually transitioned to full-time worming during summers and part-time while teaching and coaching.
|Jeremy Grant, Hillary Camber||Ellsworth, ME||NOAA/NMFS Local Fisheries Knowledge Pilot Project|
|Jamie Perry||Ellsworth High School - Maine||
Jamie and Annie Perry are a husband and wife who reside in Ellsworth, Maine. Jamie has been a lobsterman for approximately fourteen to fifteen years. His decision to become a lobster fisherman was influenced by his family's long-standing tradition in the fishing industry. The couple has children, and Mrs. Perry has had to adjust to the seasonal nature of Jamie's work, as lobster fishing provides income for only about five to six months of the year.
|Chris Archer, Emily Edgecomb, Amy Hodge, Brian Jordan||Ellsworth, ME||NOAA/NMFS Local Fisheries Knowledge Pilot Project|
|Paul Brayton||Ellsworth High School - Maine||
Paul Brayton is a multifaceted individual who has pursued various occupations throughout his life. Born and raised in Ellsworth, Maine, Brayton began his career as a commercial fisherman after serving in the Navy as a pilot. He was drawn to the excitement and freedom of fishing, spending long hours at sea, and enjoying the financial rewards that came with it, especially during the less regulated times of the 1970s. However, as he started a family, Brayton realized that the demanding nature of offshore fishing was not compatible with being present for his loved ones.
|Will Buckingham||Ellsworth, ME||NOAA/NMFS Local Fisheries Knowledge Pilot Project|
|Michael Rioux||Ellsworth High School - Maine||
Michael Rioux is retired scallop and urchin diver and lobsterman. He lives in Surry, Maine, and worked out of Blue Hill Bay and Stonington, Maine. Rioux started in the fishing industry by driving a dive boat for other divers before getting into scallop and urchin markets, and then lobstering. He fished in various areas, ranging from Milbridge to Vinalhaven, North Haven, Isle Au Haute, and Swan’s Island.
|Julie Whitcomb, Tiara Woods, Erik Korver||Surry, ME||NOAA/NMFS Local Fisheries Knowledge Pilot Project|
|Wes Bunker||Ellsworth High School - Maine||
Wes Bunker is a part-time lobster fisherman and sea urchin diver in Hancock County, Maine.
|Becca Silsby, Mario Pinaro, Hernan Rave, Ashton Romer||Ellsworth, ME||NOAA/NMFS Local Fisheries Knowledge Pilot Project|
|Steve Robbins||Ellsworth High School - Maine||
Steve Robbins is a seasoned lobsterman hailing from Ellsworth, Maine. Born in May 1945, he has spent most of his life dedicated to the fishing industry, primarily focusing on lobster fishing. At the time of the interview in May 2005, Steve was sixty years old, with over five decades of experience as a lobsterman.
|Caitlin Wood, Lucy Weed-Eaton, Louis Williams||Stonington, ME||NOAA/NMFS Local Fisheries Knowledge Pilot Project|