|Interviewee||Description||Interviewer||Date of Interview||Location of Interview||Affiliation||Collection|
In this interview, alewife fisherman Darrell Young describes the Maine alewife fishery and some of the environmental challenges that this anadromous species faces.
|Julia Beaty||Franklin, ME||NOAA Preserve America Initiative, Maine Sea Grant||Maine Sea Grant Alewife and Eel Oral Histories|
Peter Harvey is a systems manager in an aquaculture research facility in Franklin, Maine. This facility for the first time in the United States has been able to spawn both halibut and cod. Peter discusses the research and also the pros and cons on the debate over aquaculture.
|Jay Daigle||Franklin, ME||NOAA/NMFS Local Fisheries Knowledge Pilot Project||Ellsworth High School - Maine|
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