The Maine Lobstermen’s Association (MLA) advocates for a sustainable lobster resource and the fishermen and communities that depend on it.
The MLA was founded in 1954 and is currently the oldest and largest fishing industry association on the east coast. Representing 1,200 members, the MLA works to sustain both the industry and the resource. The MLA strives to be proactive on issues affecting the lobster industry and is active in the management process at the state, regional and federal levels. For more than 60 years, the MLA has provided a credible voice for the industry on important issues, and is highly regarded by both the fishing industry and the management community.
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If you are looking to buy or ship lobster (retail), please check out this informative site: lobsterfrommaine.com
If you are looking for wholesale lobster, please contact the Maine Lobster Dealers Association.
If you are looking to interview a lobsterman, please contact Marianne LaCroix at Lobster From Maine
If you are a student researching a topic that affects lobstermen and need their feedback, it is recommended that you speak directly to a lobstering co-operative. A list of most co-ops in Maine can be found in our business directory.
Maine Lobstermen’s Association • 2 Storer Street, Suite 203 • Kennebunk, ME • 04043
(207) 967-4555 • (866) 407-3770 (fax)