Bhreagh Krszwda

Bhreagh Krszwda – “Hi there, I’m Bhreagh and this is my second year as a lobster technician with the Cape Breton Fisher Harvesters Association. I reside in Albert Bridge when I’m not in school working on my undergrad degree in Environment Management at UNB Fredericton. Working for CBFHA has peaked my interest in helping to create and maintain a sustainable inshore fishery, as well as keeping Owner Operator policies strong. I’m very excited for the 2018 season to begin and get back out on the water!”

Bhreagh will be responsible for port from North Sydney to Gabarus (minus Glace Bay and Port Morien).

Becs Borchert

Becs Borchert – “Hi, Im Becs! I am a Marine Biologist with an advanced diploma in Oceans Technology. I have always had a passion for the ocean and with education and experience found a particular interest in habitat monitoring and species conservation. I have been fortunate enough to work in remote locations with iconic species and love when that work takes me to sea. I thrive in a dynamic work environment and I look forward to my next adventure with Cape Breton Fish Harvesters Association.”

Becs will be responsible for the areas around the Emera cable.

Brandon Marsh

Brandon Marsh – “Hey! My names Brandon and I am currently working on a degree in Chemical Engineering with the hopes of pursuing a career in Biological/Aquaculture Engineering. After fishing lobsters full time for the past two summers, I am lucky to have the chance to give back to the fishing community that has given so much to me over the course of my life. I can’t wait to be back on the water and working for the Cape Breton Fish Harvesters Association! Best of luck to everyone this season and may your catches be strong!”

Brandon will be responsible for the areas north of Cape Smokey.

Amanda Gove – “Hey everyone! My name is Amanda, I am excited to start my summer 2018 by working along side Cape Breton Fish Harvesters Association for my first year. I am presently working on my Bachelor of Science degree at Saint Mary’s University, I am majoring in Biology and Forensic Science. I am thrilled for this new journey to help with the sustainability with our ocean and to meet everyone as well!”

Amanda will be responsible for Port Morien and Glace Bay.