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#1 Wendell


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Posted 19 January 2017 - 04:07 PM


The Becoming an Outdoors -Woman® (BOW) program is a workshop primarily aimed at women but is an opportunity for anyone 18 years or older to learn outdoor skills - skills usually associated with hunting and fishing, but useful for many outdoor pursuits.


Originally started in the United States in 1991, Nova Scotia began offering the program to women in 1997. Its primary focus is assisting people to overcome barriers, whether social or financial, to learning outdoor skills.

If you are a novice or have no experience in fishing, hunting or other outdoor sports but want to learn, this program is for you.

BOW® is a mix of fishing, hunting and other outdoor pursuits that combines a fellowship experience with women.


Upcoming Workshop

2017 Fall Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop
September 29 – October 1, 2017

Registration information will be posted in May/June 2017

For more information contact: BOW Nova Scotia Association: bownovascotia@gmail.com or 902-893-5371



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#2 Shawn B

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Posted 19 January 2017 - 10:27 PM

Outstanding program, my wife has attended several, and I was a volunteer instructor last fall. A really cool weekend for those who attend.

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Posted 20 January 2017 - 09:52 PM

I gotta say, when I read the title, I thought you were going all " Bruce Jenner " on us lol.

Excellent program by the way. Would love to get my daughter into hunting but she wouldn't hurt a fly. Literally!!
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I am a gun enthusiast. In fact, I guess you could call me one of the "nutz". Don't like it? Too f#%<in bad!!!

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