Friday, May 07, 1999Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is accepting names of women interested in receiving registration packets for this summer's "Becoming An Outdoors-Woman" workshop, but interested participants only have until Friday, May 28, to call and request a packet.
This year's workshop is scheduled for August 13-15 at a camp in the Pioneer Mountains near Dillon.
At the three-day workshop, women will learn the basics of fishing, shotgun and rifle shooting, archery and outdoor cooking skills, as well as elements of plant identification, canoeing, mountain biking and more. It is designed for women over 18 years of age who: have never tried hunting or fishing, but would like to learn; are beginning hunters or anglers who would like to improve their skills; have some outdoor skills but would like to learn new ones, or are looking for the company of like-minded women.
For more information or to sign up to receive a registration packet, call FWP's Liz Lodman in Helena at (406) 444-2615, or e-mail her at: email@example.com.