Eric Stiles featured on National Parks Traveler podcast

Friends of Acadia’s President and CEO introduced himself to the National Parks Traveler audience in its Aug. 27th podcast. Eric and National Parks Traveler Founder Kurt Repanshek discussed national park funding and the role of friends’ groups, making our national parks accessible and welcoming for all, as well as Acadia’s challenges and opportunities moving forward.

The vistas of Jordan Pond and the Gulf of Maine as seen from the Jordan Cliffs Trail in Acadia National Park. (Photo by Sam Mallon/Friends of Acadia)

Friends of Acadia CEO and President Eric Stiles was a guest on the National Parks Traveler podcast recently!

During the conversation with host Kurt Repanshek, Eric had a chance to introduce himself to the National Parks Traveler audience, and the two talked about how Eric ended up in Acadia, the importance of outdoor learning and education, and Friends of Acadia’s challenges and opportunities. They also discussed diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and funding for our national parks.

Have a listen:

Hear the episode on the National Parks Traveler website:
National Parks Traveler Episode 185: Acadia’s Friends