The Ohio State chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will be hosting their 16th Annual Women in the Outdoors event on September 11 – 13, 2015 at Camp Muskingum in Carrollton, OH. The First Lady of Hunting, Brenda Valentine, will be a featured guest at this nationally recognized event.
The Women in the Outdoors program is designed to offer women ages 14 and over the opportunity to gain valuable in-the-field skills in an environment that encourages fun and success in the outdoors. The exciting program targets women who want to learn outdoor skills through inexpensive courses addressing such topics as camping, fishing, botany, hiking, bird watching, archery, shooting sports and much more! It will also allow women to develop a greater understanding of wildlife conservation and meet others who share their enthusiasm. This program will provide the foundation to train women as outdoor educators and develop a network of outdoor enthusiasts with similar interests. The events are held across the country and provide participants with proper equipment and expert instruction. The combination of sponsorship and local chapter support allows the NWTF to offer these programs at a low cost to participants. The cost of attending each event includes a membership in Women in the Outdoors program and a subscription to Turkey Country magazine, the Federation’s full-color, quarterly publication with articles and information on a variety of outdoor adventures and activities.
For more information, contact Amy Butterfield at (614) 327-1041, call (800) THE-NWTF or visit the Ohio NWTF Chapter Website at www.ohionwtf.org. You may also contact Amy by email at email@example.com for additional information. About the NWTF: In 1973, when the National Wild Turkey Federation was founded, there were an estimated 1.3 million wild turkeys and 1.5 million turkey hunters. Thanks to the work of wildlife agencies and the NWTF’s many volunteers and partners, today there are more than 7 million wild turkeys and nearly 3 million turkey hunters. Since 1985, the NWTF and its cooperators have spent more than $258 million upholding hunting traditions and conserving more than 13.1 million acres of wildlife habitat. The NWTF is a nonprofit organization with 275,000 members in 50 states, Canada, Mexico and 14 other foreign countries. It supports scientific wildlife management on public, private and corporate lands as well as wild turkey hunting as a traditional North American sport. For more information on the National Wild Turkey Federation, call (800) THE-NWTF or visit our Web site at www.nwtf.org.