Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshops are designed primarily for women with an interest in learning skills usually associated with hunting, fishing and other outdoor endeavors. Although they are open to anyone 18 or older, the workshops are tailored primarily to women who have never tried these activities or who are beginners hoping to improve their skills.
2016 BOW Workshops
- Winter BOW Workshop - February 19-21, 2016
- Summer BOW Workshop - August 5-7, 2016
2015/2016 Beyond BOW Workshops
- Hike the Sheyenne Grasslands : September 12-13, 2015. This will be a 17 mile hike along a portion of the North Country Trail in the Sheyenne National Grasslands. (Note: The Sheyenne Grasslands hike is full; registration has closed.)
(Dates and information on BOW and Beyond BOW Workshops will be posted as they become available.)
For more information on Becoming an Outdoors-Woman contact Nancy Boldt, BOW-NDGF, 100 N. Bismarck Expressway, Bismarck, ND 58501-5095, (701) 328-6312, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partial scholarships may be available for some BOW events. Contact the Department for more information.
Hunter Education: Those interested in earning a hunter education certificate (needed to hunt in North Dakota) have several course options available. Each year the North Dakota Game and Fish Department offers a ‘women only’ hunter safety class. This is the traditional 14 hour classroom course needed to receive a hunter education certificate. This class is generally held in Bismarck and Fargo. Adult Only classes and Home Study classes are also offered throughout the state in addition to the regular traditional classroom classes which are open to everyone.
Hunter education classes are held primarily during the spring and early summer months. Classes are listed on the Online Services site as they are scheduled (generally during early winter). These classes fill quickly. To receive a hunter education certificate be sure to sign up for one of the ‘Gun’ classes. Classes designated Bow or Trapping are specialized and do not meet the requirements for obtaining a North Dakota hunter education certificate (though they may be required to bow hunt or trap in some other states).
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