Over 100 Iowa women are learning to hunt, fish, and camp this weekend asthe sixth annual “Becoming an Outdoors Woman” event gets underway. GloriaBaker heads up outdoor skills for the Department of Natural Resources andsays activities such as map reading and bowhunting are things several typesof women want to learn.Over 44 states offer the program, and Baker says it’s a needed service.The workshop lasts all weekend, and costs about 150 dollars, but Baker sayswhen it’s all said and done it’s worth the money and time.If you are interested in the workshop, contact Gloria Baker at theConservation Education Center in Guthrie Center.
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