Mick Devin is a two-term state representative in the Maine Legislature. He is also the shellfish hatchery manager at the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center in Walpole, where he focuses on aquaculture research. He is a Knauss Marine Policy and Henry Toll Fellow. In the legislature he sits on the Marine Resources Committee, where he advocates for all things marine, including commercial fisheries, marine environmental issues and protection of working waterfront. He was the sponsor of the legislation to establish an Ocean Acidification Commission in Maine, the first of its kind on the east coast. He has also sponsored legislation to address sea level change and marine debris.