Eric Kingsley of Innovative Natural Resources Solutions stops by the studio to talk about the state of the Maine forest products industry, potential in the biofuels market, and the challenges and opportunities ahead. This episode is a good overview of the recent history of the Maine forests with some insight from Eric on what might happen next.
Maine's Secretary of State Matt Dunlap talks about what it is that a Secretary of State does, the uniqueness of how the Maine Secretary of State is chosen, and how he got interested in politics. He also shares some of his thoughts on the current mood of the country as it pertains to elections and election integrity, as well as some stories about his own work and experience as a former Maine state legislator.
Retired Lieutenant Paul Edwards of the Bangor Police Department talks about growing up in Bangor, the early years of his police career, and how he thinks the job has changed over time. He also shares what he is up to these days and some further perspective on a life in police work.
Photo credit: Bangor Daily News
The first ever Superintendent of Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, Tim Hudson, talks about his 50 years of experience in the National Parks Service and what his goals are for this new monument. He also talks about his experience heading up Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts and more.
To find out more about Katahdin Woods and Waters, visit: https://www.nps.gov/kaww/index.htm
To find out more about what is happening in the Katahdin Region, visit: www.ourkatahdin.com