What you can do with the basic garments you wear most often, such as pants (jeans), shirt, underwear, shoes, belt and socks or glasses are many.
In the first installment of the two-part series “Off Season Survival Tips,” we discussed a few tips to remember
Unless you are Bear Grylls, you probably will not find yourself unexpectedly stranded in some remote region of the world where you are forced to drink stagnant water or munch beetles to survive.
Archery has become very popular with busy women because they realize they can practice in their own backyards without having
Hunting in ground blinds usually equal long hours of sitting and watching the hours tick by as you wait for
If you have ever taken a long car trip with children, then chances are you have played the innocent, although
The truth is the “in season” really never switches to “off”’ even during the summertime. In fact, summertime can be
Fire is extremely important if you are hiking or camping, especially if you find yourself in need of heat, light or the protection fire can offer.
Building a BOB (Bug-Out Bag) may seem overwhelming at first; however, it is not difficult. The key is
Many women enjoy trying new recipes and cooking techniques, and many of those same women admit that the thought of
It is no secret that men and women are different on every level, especially when it comes to learning new skills. So developing a program that embraces those differences, instead of downplaying them, is one of the keys to the success of the Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) program.
By now, you probably are aware of how successful the Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program has been in the
Tornadoes can appear without much warning and when they do they often leave a trail of death and destruction. Because they
They say the true measure of whether a program is successful is when you look at it three or four years later. Is it still going strong? Did it meet its goals?
In Part One of From Grassroots to Grand Scale, we looked at the humble beginnings of the Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) program. In this installment we take a closer look at BOW’s successful record and who is really reaps the benefits.