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get your wives and girlfriends involved in the outdoors BOW

Postby Rowdy » Mon Jun 27, 2005 8:49 pm

Becoming an Outdoors-Woman 3-day Coastal Workshop Registration is now
online!!!

Exciting 3-day Workshop - September 9-11, 2005

Registration Deadline is August 13, 2005. Get your Registrations in
now!!!

The Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Coastal Workshop is a 3-day event filled
with courses that include crabbing, clamming, deep sea fishing, bay
fishing, surf fishing, kayaking, birdwatching, coastal ecology,
shooting, archery, salt marsh ecology, field sketching, watercolors and
much, much more!

For only $310, participants choose four courses over the three-day
period. Meals and lodging are included at the beachfront Golden Inn in
Avalon, NJ.

No experience is necessary and all equipment is provided, but if you
have your own, you are welcome to bring it.

If interested, please register soon! Spaces fill fast for this
workshop!

For more information, contact Linda Buono at
linda.buono@dep.state.nj.us, or call 908-735-6826, or visit our Web
site at www.njfishandwildlife.com and click on the Becoming an
Outdoors-Woman icon under the Education section to download a
registration form.

"Becoming an Outdoors-Woman" is a workshop directed toward women, yet
is an opportunity for anyone 18 years or older to learn new outdoor
skills, improve existing skills and enhance their appreciation of the
outdoors. This workshop is designed for: those who have never tried
these activities and hope for an opportunity to learn; are beginners who
hope to improve their skills; have some outdoor experience and would
like to expand their abilities; and are excited to meet other outdoor
enthusiasts. The workshops introduce women to a variety of activities
equally balanced between hunting and shooting, fishing and non-harvest
sports like canoeing, camping, birding and kayaking.
Rowdy
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