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Chris Bartlett

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. He describes the old method of locating fishing spots by using multiple landmarks for triangulation, the impact of changing technologies on the fishery, and his work with the Ocean Renewable Power Company to assess the environmental impacts of tidal power and communicate effectively with the local communities.



Galen Koch

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Natalie Springuel

Suggested citation: Bartlett, Chris Oral History Interview, March 2, 2018, by Matt Frassica, Galen Koch and Kaitlyn Clark, Page #, Maine Sound & Story. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date)


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