Is your everyday routine weighing you down? Not sure what to do to break out of that routine?
Well, if you want a change of pace, want to learn more about the outdoors, try a few outdoor activities, or just meet other women who enjoy the outdoors, this workshop is for you.
The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources' program Becoming an Outdoors-Woman is an opportunity to enjoy a variety of outdoor-related activities in a safe, friendly environment.
A few of the activities scheduled for the May 21-23, 2004 workshop at John James Audubon State Resort Park are archery, fly tying, fly fishing, backpacking, campfire cooking, firearm safety, canoeing, wildlife identification, shotgun basics, pistol basics, bird identification and a tour of the state's largest Blue Heron Rookery.
The fee of $100 covers registration, meals, materials, instruction, transportation to workshop sites and use of demonstration equipment. Participants are responsible for their own lodging. There are several hotels located near the park.
Registration is open and workshop space is limited. Participants are assigned sessions on a first come, first serve basis. To register, or for further information, you may access the web site at fw.ky.gov; or call 1-800-858-1549.
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman will increase your knowledge, your skills, and your confidence, but most of all, it will open yours eyes to a whole new world -- the outdoors!
The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFWR) manages, regulates, enforces and promotes responsible use of all fish and wildlife species, their habitats, public wildlife areas and waterways for the benefit of those resources and for public enjoyment. KDFWR, an agency of the Commerce Cabinet, has an economic impact to the state of $4.8 billion annually. For more information on KDFWR, visit our web site at fw.ky.gov.