Are you a woman who wants to learn more skills to help you hunt, fish and navigate through Montana’s wildest places through hands-on outdoor learning experiences? Now is your chance!
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ popular Becoming an Outdoors Woman summer workshop is set for Aug. 7-9 at Lubrecht Forest, east of Missoula.
Registration is open and women are encouraged to sign up with a friend to learn a new activity or improve existing skills.
Participants choose four classes from a variety of topics including basic gun handling, rifle and shotgun training, fishing, map and compass reading, kayaking, butterfly and bird identification, outdoor survival, using a GoPro camera and more. Anyone 18 years of age or older may participate. The fee ranges between $170 and $290 and includes class instruction, meals and lodging.
The workshop is co-sponsored by Montana’s Outdoor Legacy Foundation. To download a registration form, go to fwp.mt.gov and click the “Education” tab. For more information on the three-day summer workshop, call Liz Lodman at 406-444-9940, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.