Genetic Status of Atlantic Salmon in Maine: Interim Report from the Committee on Atlantic Salmon in Maine
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Second Meeting: September 20–21, 2001
The following sites were visited during a field trip held on September 20, 2001. The individuals who made presentations at the various sites are listed below.
Maine Atlantic Salmon. LLC Facilities. Cross Island. Maine
Alf-Helge Aarskog, Maine Atlantic Salmon, Inc.
Sebastian Belle, Maine Aquaculture Association
Elizabeth Butler, Pierce Atwood
Daniel MacPhee, Maritime Veterinary Services
Stephen Page, Maine Atlantic Salmon, Inc.
Steve Swartz, Maine Atlantic Salmon, Inc.
Small Grower—Blueberry Farm, Whitneyville, Maine
David Bell, Wild Blueberries Commission
Lincoln Sennett, Wild Blueberry Grower
David Yarborough, University of Maine
Cherry Field Foods, Columbia Barrens, Maine
Brad Caswell, Cherryfield Foods
Sid Reynolds, Cherryfield Foods
Pleasant River Wier, Pleasant River, Maine
Joan Trial, Maine Atlantic Salmon Commission
Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery, East Orland, Maine
Tom King, Craig Brook Hatchery
Jerry Marancik, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Ralph Pisapia, U.S. Fish &Wildlife Service
The following individuals made presentations to the committee at the public session, held on September 21, 2001, at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel, Bangor, Maine:
Edward Baum, Atlantic Salmon Unlimited
Kevin Friedland, National Marine Fisheries Service, University of Massachusetts
Andy Goode, Atlantic Salmon Federation
Terry Haines, U.S. Geological Survey