This is a rebroadcast of an earlier show (July 11, 2018); no calls will be taken.
We’ll learn about Registered Maine Guides – the history of this program, what it takes to become a guide, and what it’s like to lead people on guided trips, whether it’s hunting, fishing or simply exploring Maine’s many wild places.
- Don Kleiner, Executive Director, Maine Professional Guides Association
- Bonnie Holding, Director of Information and Education, Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife
- Nolan Miller, student in the Outdoor Recreation Business Administration program at University of Maine Farmington; he's a Mainely Outdoors Trip Leader
- Far from simple advisors, Maine Guides preserve, create love of the outdoors
- Visit Maine: Registered Maine Guides
- About The Maine Professional Guides Association
- Maine Master Guide with Maine Outdoors
- U Maine Farmington is offering credit course to learn to be Maine Guide
- Maine Wilderness Guides – these are Maine Guides who are additionally committed to certain conservation/ethical standards
- Cornilia Thurza Crosby, Maine’s First Licensed Guide
- About The Junior Maine Guide Program
- Casting for Recovery – Maine: outdoor retreats for women with breast cancer, at no cost to the participants