Best Day Hunting Muleys

By Kathy Hadley It was still dark outside and cold, very cold. I got dressed, grabbed a cup of coffee and walked outside to listen to the morning. I heard coyotes singing off in the distant hills but nothing else.  Looking east, I could see a sliver of the sky just starting to get light. Time […]

Artemis and Fishpond Team up to Host Sportswomen Photo Contest

Artemis and Fishpond are proud to announce the first ever Artemis photo contest! The rules are as follows. Share your photo on the Artemis Facebook page with the hashtag #ArtemisSportswomen. Photos should be of sportswomen in the field representing conservation, stewardship, and sporting endeavors. We especially like those that illustrate teaching young people! We will run […]

Public Lands from East to West

By Allie D’Andrea, Artemis Co-founder Growing up in western Pennsylvania, “public land hunting” was a dirty word. It meant less opportunity, more competition, and frankly, that you were too poor to own your own property or lease prime hunting land for the season. I never thought much about how public land came to be or […]

Artemis is Live!

NWF Launches Sportswomen’s Conservation Group Artemis Aims to Energize Sporting, Public Lands Conservation DENVER (May 31, 2017) – Today the National Wildlife Federation officially launched Artemis, a conservation coalition of America’s sportswomen. Founded by women from six Western states to defend public lands and waters, iconic wildlife species, and to develop female leaders in wildlife […]