Since 1995, Maureen Stine has been designing and implementing interpretive public programs and professional development opportunities for colleagues, teachers, children, agencies and organizations. Maureen supports under-served and socially disadvantaged audiences including migrant, immigrant and refugee children and blind and low-vision children through multi-sensory nature explorations. Ice fishing is her signature program. Maureen is a Certified Environmental Educator (EEC-P) with the Michigan Alliance for Environmental and Outdoor Education, a Certified Heritage Interpreter through the National Association for Interpretation, a Certified Parks and Recreation Professional through the National Recreation and Park Association and a Certified Forest Therapy Guide through the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs.
Her expertise in environmental science, facilitation, leadership, and organizational development arises from nearly 3 decades of professional adventures directing federal and state environmental education centers and nonprofit organizations around the US.