Ronnie Beckham | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Ronnie Beckham

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In Their Own Words

Series of interviews conducted for the documentary In Their Own Words: Perseverance and Resilience in Two Florida Fishing Communities. 

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02-01-2006
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Biographical Sketch

Ronnie is a former gill net fisherman who now is involved in clam aquaculture. He was born and raised in Cedar Key, Florida where he worked with his father who was also a fisherman and used to fish for turtles.


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