Becoming an Outdoors Woman is an outdoor skills workshops, classes, and camps designed for 18 years and older women. The program focuses on providing women the opportunity to learn skills and encourage participation in hunting, fishing, and other outdoor activities. These programs offer a supportive atmosphere where women can learn skills that enhance their enjoyment of Arkansas outdoors. BOW classes range from introductory level to advanced outdoor training.
Kayaking Fishing Fly Fishing Archery Hunting Pistol Shotgun Trap Rifle Dutch Oven Tree ID Birding Mountain Biking Backyard Habitat And more!
Becoming an Outdoors Woman Arkansas Facebook
Keep up with the latest information and upcoming workshop dates. Stay in touch with women that have attended past workshops or ask the coordinators and participants’ questions. Search and like our Becoming an Outdoors Woman Arkansas (@BOWArkansas) Facebook page.
This workshop is for you if…
- You have never tried these activities but have hoped for an opportunity to learn.
- You are a beginner who hopes to improve your skills.
- You already do some of these activities but would like to learn new ones.
Fall Statewide BOW Weekend
Fall BOW Weekend will be held October 6-8 at the Arkansas 4-H Center in Ferndale, Arkansas. Registration is open to apply here: https://www.register-<wbr></wbr>ed.com/events/view/201969. First priority will go to new in-state participants. Some of this year's classes include kayaking, shotguns, rifles, muzzleloaders, Euro deer head mounts, GPS, Dutch Oven Cooking, strength, stability, and stamina, backpacking, hunting, wild game cooking, archery, BOSS, birding, and many others!
Dalena Gail Haynes Scholarship Fund
The Becoming an Outdoors Woman program is proud to offer scholarships through the Dalena Gail Haynes Scholarship Fund. Limited funds are available for partial scholarships. For more information please click on the application below.