2019 NEOWA OFFICERS


President Randy Julius

1st Vice President Stewart Bristol

2nd Vice President James Allard 

Secretary Steven Pinkham

Treasurer Robert Rifchin

Executive Secretary Mary Julius


2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS


One-year term (2018-2019)

John Agurkis

Mike Roche

Hal Lyon


Three-year term (2016-2019)

Matthew Dunlap

Marion Larson

Eric Orff


Three-year term (2017-2020)

Marc Folco

V. Paul Reynolds

Diane Reynolds


Three-year term (2018-2021)

Paul Fuller

Erin Merrill

Tom Keer


Directors at large

Ellie Horwitz

Gary Moore


Directors Emeriti

William F. Carney

Paul Fuller

Stewart Bristol

Richard Pinney

Gary Moore

 




NEOWA members through the years
 2009 Annual Meeting






The New England Outdoor Writers Association is a group of New England-based professional outdoor communicators dedicated to promoting and supporting conservation, natural resources and our outdoor heritage. Membership benefits include a quarterly newsletter, membership directory, conferences and events, writing and photo competitions and craft improvement opportunities.

 NEOWA was established in 1942 by a group of dedicated outdoor writers concerned about natural resources, conservation and our outdoor heritage. NEOWA is the oldest regional outdoor writers organization in America and is a nonprofit, professional and educational organization.

The Purpose of NEOWA

The New England Outdoor Writers Association Inc. encourages excellence and professionalism within the communication media, covering a wide range of outdoor topics. NEOWA promotes good sportsmanship, wise conservation practices and prudent use of our natural resources. Each year NEOWA awards scholarships to one student from each of the six New England state universities who are majoring in fields related to the outdoors, conservation and the environment.

 

For more information contact Executive Secretary

Mary Julius at 508-378-2290 or mjulius5454@gmail.com

Spring Safari 

 

The NEOWA Board of Directors has decided to run an informal spring safari this year on the West Branch of the Penobscot River. See 2019 Spring Safari for details.



Maine Spring Safari