Becoming an Outdoors Woman program set

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January 15th, 2009

The Arizona Wildlife Federation will be sponsoring a winter Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) workshop. The dates are Feb. 6-8, 2009 in the Goldfield Mountain Range. This retreat will showcase the beauty and wonder of our desert.

The place is Saguaro Lake Ranch, which is a historical resort-style retreat located in the Tonto National Forest in the heart of the Arizona Sonoran desert. The banks of the Salt River are a fly rod cast away, and Stewart Mountain Dam, which backs up Saguaro Lake, is a short walk. This unique venue provides both trout fishing and bass fishing opportunities for BOW participants.

Details of class descriptions can be found at www.azwildlife.org or by calling (480) 644-0077.  You can also e-mail Linda at gettingwildnaz@yahoo.com.

One Response to “Becoming an Outdoors Woman program set”

  1. Melinda Davel Grigg on November 8th, 2009 at 4:39 am

    Please put me on the email list for the 2010 BOW workshops.

    Thanks,
    Melinda Davel Grigg

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