Monday, December 31, 2007
A series of "Becoming an Outdoors-Woman" workshops, sponsored by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, is scheduled this winter. These hands-on workshops offer women an opportunity to learn a variety of outdoor skills in a comfortable environment suitable to all skill levels.
Jan. 12—Learn to Snowshoe I. Learn how to snowshoe, the fastest growing winter sport in the world. This class is for beginners who have never been to a snowshoe workshop. Explore the area around Moose Creek and Upper Ten Mile Creek while practicing different snowshoe techniques. Fee includes lunch. Co-hosted by FWP and the Montana Discovery Foundation. Location: Rimini. Fee: $12.
Jan. 13—Learn to Snowshoe II. This class is for those who have some snowshoe experience. Strap on your snowshoes and head for woods with instructors around Moose Creek and Upper Ten Mile Creek. Fee includes lunch. Co-hosted by FWP and the Montana Discovery Foundation. Location: Rimini. Fee: $12
Feb. 1-3—Winter BOW. Don’t shut yourself in this winter. Learn about different outdoor activities you can do on the snow or ice. Classes will include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, winter survival, ice fishing, identifying animal tracks, dog sledding and more. Fee includes meals and lodging. Location: Lubrecht Forest near Missoula.
For more information and to register, provide your name and mailing address to the BOW Coordinator at FWP-BOW, P.O. Box 200701, Helena, MT, 59620; call 406-444-2615; or email Liz Lodman at: email@example.com .