CONCORD – Women interested in learning new outdoor skills can now register for the Fall “Becoming an Outdoors Woman” workshop in New Hampshire.
This full-day hands-on event takes place on September 11th at the Owl Brook Hunter Education Center in Holderness.
The $ 85 workshop fee includes tuition, equipment, and lunch. Participants must be at least 18 years old.
Participants choose one of four different sessions: hiking and game viewing, A to Z fly fishing, land navigation, and an introduction to archery and bow hunting.
To learn more about each offer and to download an event brochure, go to nhbow.com.
Registering for the “Become a woman outdoors” workshop in autumn 2021 is very easy. Registrations are only accepted online.
Go to nhbow.com which will take you to an event registration page. Payment and accompanying forms must be received by Fish and Game headquarters by August 16th to secure your spot.
To enable comprehensive learning experiences, space is limited and registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis.
When the program is full, check back frequently to see if there are any vacancies due to cancellations.
“Our participants have a lot of fun learning in the company of other women,” says Laura Ryder, who coordinates the program for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.
“These outdoor adventures, made exclusively for women, bring together a really motivated group that realizes that outdoor recreation has the potential to add an exciting new dimension to their lives.”
To see a short video about the Becoming an Outdoors Woman experience, go to youtu.be/K6tFoRSON50.
The Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) program in New Hampshire is co-funded by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department (wildnh.com) and the New Hampshire Wildlife Federation (nhwf.org).