Oral History of Monterey Bay Fishermen
|Interviewee||Collection Sort descending||Description||Interviewer||Date of Interview||Location of Interview||Affiliation|
|Joey Jones||Oral History of Monterey Bay Fishermen||
Joey Jones is a seasoned commercial fisherman based in Moss Landing, California. His first encounter with the ocean was at the age of nine, and he has been in love with it ever since. His father was in the military and retired at Fort Ord, which brought Jones to Monterey. Jones began his career in the fishing industry at a young age, working at Randy's fishing trips at the age of eleven, taking care of the skiffs. By the time he was twelve or thirteen, he started deckhanding for Randy II, marking the beginning of his fishing career.
|Melissa Stevens||Moss Landing, CA||Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History|
|Mike Stiller||Oral History of Monterey Bay Fishermen||
Interview includes individual's background, fishing methods and skills learned, how fishermen adapt to changes and challenges in their industry, observations of ecological change over time, and personal values, beliefs, and how they shape actions on and off the water.
|Melissa Stevens||Santa Cruz, CA||Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History|