Lubec, ME | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Lubec, ME

Interviewee Description Interviewer Date of Interview Location of Interview Affiliation Collection
Julie Keene

In this interview, Lubec elver harvester Julie Keene discusses the elver fishery, competition with indigenous people, the demise of the urchin fishery and current regulations.

Julia Beaty Lubec, ME NOAA Preserve America Initiative, Maine Sea Grant Maine Sea Grant Alewife and Eel Oral Histories
Russell Wright

Interview with Marine Patrol officer Russell Wright. In this interview, Wright shares perspectives on the community of Lubec and his work in law enforcement.

Anna Henry Lubec, ME University of Maine Assessing Vulnerability and Resilience in Maine Fishing Communities
John Phinney

In this interview with seafood buyer John Phinney, he discusses the community of Lubec and his work in the seafood business.

Cameron Thompson Lubec, ME University of Maine Assessing Vulnerability and Resilience in Maine Fishing Communities
Eugene Greenlaw

In this interview, Eugene Greenlaw describes his life in Lubec, Maine. Greenlaw's first involvement in commercial fishing was working for a sardine factory in Lubec, which he did for 31 years, becoming the plant manager in 1998. He has fished commercially for lobster since in 1972, and fished scallops, sea urchins and herring at different times throughout his career.

Cameron Thompson Lubec, ME University of Maine Assessing Vulnerability and Resilience in Maine Fishing Communities

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