Freda McKie and Edwin McKie | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Freda McKie and Edwin McKie

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Location of Interview
Collection Name

Voices of the Maine Fishermen’s Forum 2019

Voices of the Maine Fishermen’s Forum 2019 is a project of Maine Sea Grant, The First Coast, College of the Atlantic, and the Island Institute, with support from the Maine Fishermen’s Forum Board of Directors.

principal investigator
Date of Interview
03-01-2019
Transcribers

Giulia Cardoso

Audio
Biographical Sketch

Edwin and Freda McKie talk about what it means to go lobstering on Prince Edward Island (PEI), Canada, touching upon the gear they use, the regulations in place, and the different social dynamics on different parts of PEI. This leads into a comparison with how the fishery is run and regulated and it brings back memories of Maine lobstermen and students visiting PEI in recent years.


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