Outdoor program offered for Wyo women

2012-03-28T19:00:00Z Outdoor program offered for Wyo women Casper Star-Tribune Online
March 28, 2012 7:00 pm

Registration for the Becoming an Outdoors-Woman in Wyoming summer program is open.

The event is for women ages 18 and older who have an interest in learning outdoor skills. The three-day event, sponsored by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, includes clinics on fly tying, backpacking, outdoor photography, archery, shooting survival, canoeing and more.

The camp is June 15-17 at the Whiskey Mountain Conservation camp southeast of Dubois.

Cost is $150 and covers meals and lodging.

Apply at any Game and Fish regional office or online at http://wgfd.wyo.gov. The application deadline is April 15. Space is limited to 50 participants.

For more information call Janet Milek at 307-233-6404 or Lucy Wold at 307-875-3223.



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