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Sarah Madronal

Sarah Madronal, a fisheries biologist from Cutler, ME, talks about her work with the Downeast Salmon Federation around protecting waterfront access and improving fish passage for river-run fish. Madronal discusses the community she has found Downeast and her joy in working on education projects that engage local children in fisheries history.





Molly Graham

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Natalie Springuel

Suggested citation: Madronal, Sarah Oral History Interview, March 1, 2019, by Matt Frassica, Page #, Maine Sound & Story. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).


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