|Interviewee||Collection Sort descending||Description||Interviewer||Date of Interview||Location of Interview||Affiliation|
|Krista Tripp||Voices of the Maine Fishermen's Forum 2018||
Krista Tripp, a lobsterman from Spruce Head, ME, speaks about her childhood experiences fishing, going through the lobster apprenticeship program, and how her grandfather supported her desire to become a lobsterman.
|Matt Frassica, Teagan White||Rockland, ME||Maine Fishermen’s Forum, Maine Sea Grant, The First Coast, College of the Atlantic, The Island Institute|
|Leif Albertson||Voices of the Maine Fishermen's Forum 2018||
Leif Albertson is an IT project manager who lives in Phippsburg, ME, and has a recreational fishing boat. His family has a long history of commercial fishing in Maine, and he moved his family to Maine to be closer to that heritage. He speaks about how important access to the outdoors was to raising his children and his hopes that his daughters will eventually return to Maine.
|Matt Frassica, Kaitlyn Clark||Rockland, ME||Maine Fishermen’s Forum, Maine Sea Grant, The First Coast, College of the Atlantic, The Island Institute|
|Marcia Beal Brazer||Voices of the Maine Fishermen's Forum 2018||
Marcia Beal Brazer, from Ogunquit, ME, shares a personal story about her husband Norman Brazer, a lobsterman, who got tangled in a lobster buoy rope and fell overboard while fishing near Boon Island, ME. N. Brazer was lucky that he was carrying a knife and was able to untangle himself; however, when he surfaced, he could not find his boat. Luckily, another lobsterman, Mark Sewell, noticed N. Brazer’s body floating and took him to the hospital. After three rounds of CPR, N. Brazer finally responded.
|Matt Frassica, Corina Gribble||Rockland, ME||Maine Fishermen’s Forum, Maine Sea Grant, The First Coast, College of the Atlantic, The Island Institute|
|Marina Cucuzza||Voices of the Maine Fishermen's Forum 2018||
Marina Cucuzza, a marine researcher from Boston, MA, is currently working on her thesis which assesses the capacity for sustainability in coastal communities. She discusses buzz words such as resilience and sustainability which she finds important to define and what she has come across in her projects so far.
|Matt Frassica, Corina Gribble||Rockland, ME|
|Patrick Shepard||Voices of the Maine Fishermen's Forum 2018||
Patrick Shepard works for the Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries and was born in Stonington, ME. He talks about his experiences growing up in a fishing family and lobstering with his brother from a very young age. He also speaks about the changes he sees in his hometown and what the future of fishing in Maine might hold, particularly in finding ways to make more money from a smaller amount of high quality product.
|Galen Koch, Matt Frassica, Kaitlyn Clark||Rockland, ME|
|Paul Molyneaux||Voices of the Maine Fishermen's Forum 2018||
Paul Molyneaux, an author, journalist, and former urchin harvester and fisherman from Milbridge, ME, speaks about the capitalism and economics of the fishing industry. He also speaks about his experiences winkling for periwinkle snails and diving for sea urchins as well as participating in the governance of the sea urchin fishery.
|Matt Frassica||Rockland, ME|
|Chris Bartlett||Voices of the Maine Fishermen's Forum 2018||
Chris Bartlett, a marine extension associate with the University of Maine Sea Grant from Eastport, ME, whose work has focused on commercial fishing and aquaculture, speaks about the economic and social changes in Eastport during his time there.
|Matt Frassica, Galen Koch, Kaitlyn Clark||Rockland, ME|
|Dan Harriman||Voices of the Maine Fishermen's Forum 2018||
Dan Harriman is a fisherman who operates the state’s last mackerel weir in Cape Elizabeth, ME. His family came to the US from Denmark in the 1980s. He speaks about his experience fishing and discusses the issues he sees in the fishing industry such as unsustainability and lack of access. He believes these challenges stem from knowledge not being passed between generations and suggests that change needs to come from the bottom up.
|Galen Koch, Matt Frassica||Rockland, ME|
|David, Cynthia, and Emily Thomas||Voices of the Maine Fishermen's Forum 2018||
David, Cynthia, and Emily Thomas are from Islesford, Cranberry Islands, ME. David is a retired school teacher and lobsterman, Cynthia works at the island library, and their daughter Emily attended college and now works in Nova Scotia, CA, though she grew up on the Cranberry Islands. They speak about the diversification of Islesford, temperature impacting the location of lobsters, and changes in island life, such as setting up reliable internet service but losing the island store.
|Matt Frassica, Teagan White||Rockland, ME|
|Donald Wagner||Voices of the Maine Fishermen's Forum 2018||
John McMillan, the owner of McMillan Offshore Survival Training and resident of Belfast, ME, and Don Wagner, one of his employees, offer the Drill Conductor Course to lobstermen. Both focus on the importance of safety training in the lobster industry and include stories of the gratitude people have expressed at knowing what to do in emergency situations, particularly when their training was able to save multiple lives.
|Matt Frassica, Kaitlyn Clark||Rockland, ME|