Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop Set Aug. 11-13

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Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop Set Aug. 11-13

Postby Admin2 » Fri Apr 28, 2006 10:30 pm

Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop Set Aug. 11-13

Women at least 18 years old who want to learn more about outdoor activities are encouraged to participate in the Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop Aug. 11-13 at Lake Metigoshe State Park, Bottineau.

Applications are now being accepted and enrollment is limited to 100 participants. The cost is $120 with an Aug. 1 registration deadline.

The workshop, sponsored by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, offers 26 different seminars, each of which lasts more than three hours, according to BOW coordinator Nancy Boldt.

Classes are held outdoors, and each session contains 45 minutes of lecture with the remainder dedicated to hands-on instruction. Each session has room for 12 women, Boldt said, ensuring each person receives the needed help and technical assistance.

Participants are limited to four sessions. New classes offered this workshop include dragonflies and butterflies, kayaking, waterfowl identification, birds and their nests, and furry creatures.

Other classes include fishing and fly-fishing, bird identification, plant identification, canoeing, predator calling, decoy carving, GPS adventure, archery and shotgunning.

Participants will stay in dorms and must provide their own bedding and towels. All camp facilities are handicap accessible. Equipment will be provided unless noted in the course description.

To receive an information brochure and enrollment form, contact Nancy Boldt, North Dakota Game and Fish Department, 100 N. Bismarck Expressway, Bismarck, ND 58501-5095 or call 701-328-6312, or visit the Game and Fish website at gf.nd.gov.


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