Have you ever been wilderness camping? Becky Lou Lacock shares some tips and tricks in her column sponsored by Vista Outdoor.
Start planning for 2017 with these BOW destinations.
If you live in Arizona, or are planning a visit, here is your chance to learn new skills, thanks to this organization.
Who’s ready to get out of the cold and leave on a BOW adventure?
If you enjoy the outdoors and live in the D.C. area, you need to meet up with, The Washington Women Outdoors.
Are you an Adventuress? Would you like to be? Did you know there is a free online magazine just for you?
If you’re in the Washington, D.C. join the Washington Women Outdoors and learn something new.
Get rid of the winter blues and head outside with Becoming an Outdoors-Women!
If you love to read about hunting adventures be sure pick up a copy of the Universal Hunter Magazine.
Do you enjoy the outdoors? Do you live in Washington, DC? Check out the January event calendar for Washington Women Outdoors.
Julie Golob tells you how to take time for mini-adventures on long drives.
Ready to roll out to an all-women’s event featuring outdoor skills? How about January in Arizona? Check out this Becoming an Outdoors-Woman weekend do.
Want to get away for a great weekend and learn new outdoor skills?
If you live in Washington state and love to hike, bike, fish, explore, etc., check out this great non-profit.
Marti Davis details helpful items and practices to keep you bite-free.
Check out ‘Adventuress’ magazine and subscribe for free!
Find out the pros of having a women’s shooting league at your range, along with timely news about fishing, hunting, shooting and adventure. Sponsored by The Well Armed Woman
Anietra Hamper has been on the move again — this time to the Everglades. Find out her top suggestions for enjoying your time there.
“We designed NASP® to be co-gender in order to help with Title IX participation issues. We are pleased but not surprised, young ladies are equally capable and enjoy archery as much as young men,” said Roy Grimes, president of the National Archery in the Schools Program.
Outdoor Journey for Girls has introduced more than 2,000 girls to the outdoors in a safe and supportive environment. The 3-day, 2-night Outdoor Journey for Girls teaches girls canoeing and water safety, basic orienteering, fish and wildlife identification, firearm safety and basic shooting, camping and outdoor survival, fishing and more.