New Commissioner for Maine Department of Marine Resources Commission

© Photo by Sam Murfitt

Newly appointed Maine Department of Marine Resources Commission Norman H. Olsen at a meeting in January. A Maine native, former commercial fisherman, fisheries regulator, 26 year veteran of the State

Department Foreign Service and Cherryfield resident, Olsen could bring a new perspective to the DMR.

Olsen was born in Cape Elizabeth and became the fourth generation in his family to take up commercial fishing.


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