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Joanna Fogg

This is an interview with Joanna Fogg, the owner of Bar Harbor Oysters in Bar Harbor, Maine. She discusses how she started and runs the company, the cultural differences between aquaculture and fishing, and what it’s like to live in Bar Harbor year-round. She is optimistic about the future of aquaculture in Maine, especially when sites are carefully selected and well managed, and hopes to see a more balanced tourism industry on MDI.






Halie Arno; Molly A. Graham

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Suggested citation: Fogg, Joanna, The First Coast 2019 Oral History Interview, (October 22nd, 2019), by Galen Koch, 19 pages, Maine Sound and Story. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).


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