Wild Game Wednesdays!
Join us on January 30, at 6pm MST on Instagram Live @artemis_sportswomen.
Artemis is thrilled to announce a new monthly online event – Wild Game Wednesdays! Join us on Instagram live and listen in as sportswomen talk about hunting, fishing, and conservation. Ask questions, hear different perspectives, and learn some great wild game recipes. Did we mention there was bingo?!
Read our newest blog, Shabbat to Shot: A Frustrated but Cheerful She-Hunter, by Naomi Alhadeff. Naomi will be our special guest on our first Wild Game Wednesday!
Bingo: Play along for a chance to win!
- Download your Wild Game Wednesday Bingo Card here or play along online here.
- Join Artemis program manager Marcia Brownlee and special guest Naomi Alhadeff on January 30, at 6pm MST on Instagram Live @artemis_sportswomen. This video will be accessible for 24 hours.
- Listen for words on your card in our conversation.
- If you get BINGO, post a picture of your winning card on Instagram and tag #ArtemisSportswomen. Winners will be entered into a raffle to win a prize from our episode sponsors. Drawing will occur at 7pm on January 31st so be sure to tag your picture by that deadline! Winners will also be entered into our Grand Prize Raffle, which will be drawn in December 2019. The Grand Prize will be a Fishpond Ice-Storm Cooler filled with surprises. Play every month and have 12 chances to win this great Grand Prize!
Sponsor: Our first episode is proudly sponsored by Worn and Weathered: Outdoors Apparel and Lifestyle. Tune in early for a chance to win a 40% discount off Worn and Weathered Apparel. Win the raffle and select the Worn and Weather T-shirt and hat of your choice!
Special Guest: Hunter and friend, Naomi Alhadeff! Read Naomi’s blog: From Shabbat to Shot: A Frustrated but Cheerful She-Hunter
Naomi is the Montana Education Coordinator for the National Wildlife Federation in Missoula, as well as the Western Montana Project WET Coordinator. Her passion lies in communicating with the public about our state’s wildlife and the habitat we all share. She graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in Wildlife Biology and has been involved in environmental education with state agencies, conservation districts, and non-profit organizations in Nebraska and Washington before returning to Montana in 2017. The National Wildlife Federation’s goal to protect our wildlife and build upon our conservation heritage blends well with her work with the Garden for Wildlife program as well as Eco-Schools USA. Having worked both in and out of the classroom she enjoys sharing her love for wildlife with kids and adults throughout Montana. She is an avid gardener, an ever-improving hunter, and amateur thespian.
Wild Game Meal: This month we will be making Sweet and Sour Antelope Meatballs, a delicious addition to any Wild Game Potluck. Based off of a recipe found on Harvesting Nature.