Kaitlyn Kelleher: (603) 271-3212
Lisa Collins: (603) 271-3214
June 27, 2019
CONCORD, NH – There are still spots available for this fall’s Becoming an Outdoors Woman weekend. Women interested in learning outdoor skills in a beautiful setting will enjoy this hands-on experience. This year’s event will take place September 6-8, 2019, at Rockywold / Deephaven Camps on Squam Lake in Holderness, NH. The workshop fee of $395 includes two nights of lodging, plus all meals, instruction, and equipment use. Participants must be age 18 or older.
Participants will select four immersive sessions which will include more than 30 different outdoor skills workshops such as: archery, fishing, fly fishing, camping, field dressing game, hiking, kayaking, rifle, shotgun, nature photography, outdoor survival, campfire cooking, mountain biking, map and compass, and more.
Registering for the 2018 Fall Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop is easy and flexible! Registrations are accepted by mail, email, fax, or walk-in. Registrations will be accepted until July 19, and all spaces will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
“Our participants have a lot of fun learning in the company of other women,” said Kaitlyn Kelleher, who coordinates the program for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. “They are truly motivated when they see that outdoor recreation can add such an exciting new dimension to their lives.”
Download and print a registration form by visiting www.nhbow.com. Return completed forms by mail to NH BOW Program, NH Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH, 03301, by fax to 603-271-0465, by email to Kaitlyn.email@example.com, or they may be hand delivered to Department Headquarters. You can also request a registration form by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (603) 271-3212.
See a short video about the Becoming an Outdoors Woman experience at https://youtu.be/K6tFoRSON50.
New Hampshire’s Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) program is co-sponsored by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department (www.wildnh.com) and the New Hampshire Wildlife Federation (www.nhwf.org).