Meet our featured outdoor bloggers, highlighted weekly here at Women’s Outdoor News.
Hollis Lumpkin writes that she is a “simple girl living in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, but I happen to have a great love for the outdoors, particularly hunting and fishing.” She also loves to include her field -to-table recipes and includes beautiful photography in her blog. She is a duck-hunting freak.
Kristy Crabtree is the powerhouse behind this blog. She writes, “I am a female who fell in love with the adventure, the harvest and the art of cooking. I designed and developed a website devoted to cooking wild game.” Now in its 5th year, Nevada Foodies can be seen on Outdoor Channel, and will soon be featured with The Sporting Chef. Kristy’s recipes focus on antelope, elk, venison, game birds and waterfowl.
Ashley Rae is a female angler who resides in Southeastern Ontario. Ashley has a passion for year-round fishing and promoting the outdoor lifestyle. Whether it’s fishing in her Alumacraft boat, her kayak, from shore, ice fishing or fly fishing – she knows no limitations and spends as much time on the water as possible.
She is the author of Survival Mom: How to Prepare Your Family for Everyday Disasters and Worst Case Scenarios, an Amazon #1 bestseller, published by Harper Collins, and her blog, TheSurvivalMom.com has an international audience. Her second book, Emergency Evacuations: Get Out Fast When It Matters Most, has reached families across the country, helping them prepare for an all-too common event.
Lisa has been featured in BuzzFeed, Independent Journal Review, Newsweek, The Today Show, the Glenn Beck show, MSN Money, USA Weekend, CBS and Fox News affiliates, the Arizona Republic, Phoenix Magazine, Woman’s World Magazine, and numerous print, internet, and radio interviews around the world. Lisa and her family were featured in the pilot episode of “Doomsday Preppers” and she filmed a promotional video for World War Z.
Lisa believes there’s power and peace in being prepared and draws from her 25 years of experience as a teacher and trainer to carry that message to others through her writing, classes, webinars, and speaking engagements.