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Ali Berlow

A graduate student from Martha's Vineyard, MA, Ali Berlow is studying how the role of Atlantic herring has changed in the U.S. food system. She came to the Forum to ask fishermen for their perspectives and talks about her findings as well as how she connects marine fisheries to her work in local-regional food systems and how eaters can support fishermen.




Eliza Oldach

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Natalie Springuel

Suggested citation: Berlow, Ali Oral History Interview, March 1, 2019, by Natalie Springuel and Eliza Oldach, Page #. Maine Sound & Story Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date)


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