As a volunteer run non-profit organization, we rely on our membership to get things done. Most of the actual work is done at the committee level. If you would be interested in serving on any of the following committees, please contact us, and we will put you in touch with the committee coordinator. Thanks for your help.
Membership – recruits new members, sends emails and snail mailings, publishes the annual newsletter, and, in general, spreads the word about MWGO.
Hunting – meets with IF&W to discuss issues of concern to hunting guides such as the dwindling deer herd in northern and down east Maine.
Fishing – meets with IF&W on issues related to fishing, such as protecting native brook trout fisheries.
Fundraising – helps with identifying and soliciting grants from individual donors, companies, and foundations who believe in and want to support our work.
Banquet – helps with the organization and planning of MWGO annual meeting, banquet, and silent auction.
Conservation – involves tracking and supporting various conservation efforts of both state agencies and private non-profits. Often requires providing written and / or oral feedback.
Publicity – finds ways of marketing MWGO and our members' services. Attends various sportsmen's shows, fairs, and travel shows to promote MWGO.