ROGER WARNER

PROJECT FOUNDER, JOURNALIST, ACTIVIST

 

Roger wrote the breakthrough cover story of the green crab ecological crisis and its potential for the culinary food industry for the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine. However, Roger has also been heavily involved in product development, working with local processors and wholesalers to produce mince and caviar products. Living on the water in coastal Ipswich, Roger frequently traps and monitors green crabs, working with affiliated programs and researchers. 

 Roger sorts crabs with Peter Phippen, coastal coordinator of the Upper North Shore region of the Massachusetts Bay National Estuary Project

Roger sorts crabs with Peter Phippen, coastal coordinator of the Upper North Shore region of the Massachusetts Bay National Estuary Project

 
 

KEVIN CHEUNG

FISHERIES BIOLOGIST - QUINCY BAY

 
 
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Kevin works at U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's fish hatchery in North Attleboro, MA. In his free time, Kevin is also a commercial fisherman and green crab activist. He brings a multifaceted understanding of marine species combined hands on skills in hatchery and aquaculture equipment design and maintenance.

 

Over the summer of 2016 Kevin has worked on green crab harvesting gear. Modifying traditional trapping technology to mimic the creatures natural habitat and therefor improve catch rate.