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Tom Duym

Tom Duym, from Lamoine, ME, shares his decade-long experience as an educator dedicated to supporting high school students from fishing backgrounds in developing skills and knowledge that are relevant to their career interests and will empower them as community members. After recounting some past experiences, he focuses on his current position at the Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries and how his work with students enrolled in the Eastern Maine Skippers Program is informing his hopes and concerns for the future of coastal Maine.





Giulia Cardoso

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Natalie Springuel

Suggested citation: Duym, Tom Oral History Interview, February 28, 2019, by Galen Koch and Giulia Cardoso, Page #, Maine Sound & Story. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).


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