Artemis works all over the West and beyond. See below to find out when we’ll be in your neck of the woods.
7/25/2018 – Denver, CO. Artemis Sportswomen’s Advocacy Training. Artemis understands that now, more than ever, our wild lands need bold, effective, and powerful advocates, and that women are poised to change the face of conservation. Artemis will lead a Sportswomen Advocacy Training at the Outdoor Retailer in Denver, CO, on July 25th. This training will give participants a primer on the basic laws and regulations that govern the use of public lands, bring participants up to speed on the pressing conservation issues of the day and provide ways to immediately engage. The training will also teach you how to work with journalists and the media, how to communicate with decision makers, politicians and people with differing political views, how to speak in public and at public hearings. We will arm you with the basic skills you’ll need to step up and fulfill what Artemis believes is our reciprocal obligation to give back to public lands and wild places.
6/3/2017 – Boise, ID. Idaho Public Lands and Wildlife Alefest hosted by Idaho Wildlife Federation. Idaho’s 1st Alefest dedicated to raise awareness and funds for the top things that make Idaho great- our public lands, public wildlife, food, and beer. Artemis will be on hand to talk public lands and wildlife at our first public event. Learn more here.
7/15/2017 – Near Boise, ID. Boise River Wildlife Management Area restoration service project and social gathering. Artemis will join the Idaho Wildlife Federation and numerous NGOs and agency partners to conduct post fire restoration, clean up, and trail head restoration. The area is home to elk, mule deer, pronghorn and other important wildlife. The project will run from 7 – 11 am. Please meet at 7 am at the Fish and Game Headquarters – 600 S. Walnut St, Boise. We will follow the service project with an evening social gathering at Payette Brewing from 3 – 6 PM.
7/29/2017 – Dubois and Lander, WY. Artemis will team up with Wyoming Wildlife Federation and other conservation partners to conduct a wildlife habitat enhancement to project remove old and non-necessary fencing in key elk and deer range that is harmful to their migration patterns and causes entanglement. We will follow the day’s work with an evening social gathering in Lander. Check back later or follow us on Facebook for more information.
Fall of 2017 – Billings, MT. Field and Farm to Table: You Can Do It! Artemis and Montana Wildlife Federation will host a live butchering event taught by Alexis Bonogofsky, one of our Artemis co-founders. The evening will include great food, drinks, and company. Very low key and accessible. If you ever wanted to get into hunting and love to process and prepare your own food, this event will be right up your alley. Check back later or follow us on Facebook for more information.