Artemis – Goddess of the Outside World

By: Mary Zeiss Stange Mary Zeiss Stange is the author of Woman the Hunter (Boston: Beacon Press, 1997), the first cultural history of the relationship of women and hunting.  She has gained international recognition as the primary scholar working on the subject today. In 2014, she was a Senior Scholar at the Center for Humans and […]

Venison Chili Recipe

I love chili. If I had to eat it every day for the rest of my life, I’d be ok with that. This recipe is one of my favorites. The ingredients are simple, but the recipe holds complex flavor. Enjoy! Ingredients: 2 pounds venison that’s at least 15% fat. 2 tablespoons plus 2 cups water […]

Shabbat to Shot: A Frustrated but Cheerful She-Hunter

By Naomi Alhadeff Naomi will be our guest on Wild Game Wednesdays, January 30, 2019 at 6pm MST. Watch here and join the conversation! Naomi is the Montana Education Coordinator for the National Wildlife Federation in Missoula, as well as the Western Montana Project WET Coordinator. The tears were instantaneous with my first buck for […]

Wild Game Wednesdays!

Join us on March 27th, at 6pm MDT on Instagram Live @artemis_sportswomen. Wild Game Wednesdays Episode 3! 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 were prizes?! This month, Artemis will […]

Artemis Winter Reading List

Tsundoku is a Japanese word that means acquiring reading materials but letting them pile up in one’s home without reading them. I find this happens to me throughout the summer and the fall. I look forward to winter, as the nights lengthen and the temperature drops, as an opportunity to catch up on my reading list. […]

Artemis in the Field: Tips for butchering your own deer

By Marcia Brownlee and Jess Johnson Learning to hunt as an adult, you will probably find yourself wading through the plethora of butchering, field dressing, and processing videos available online. If you google “how to butcher a deer” a whopping 1,820,000+ videos come up. Now, I grant you that I did not wade through all 2 […]

Artemis in D.C.: LWCF is imperative to sportswomen’s way of life

By Kara Armano, Artemis Co-Founder and Advisory Council Wow, what a whirlwind. I was just in Washington DC to speak with Colorado’s elected officials about the importance of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) to sportswomen and men. After eight meetings in a day and a half, I’m reeling from the excitement and exhausted […]

Hunting on LWCF Land – A story of access and conservation

This is my fifth fall in the woods as a hunter, and I am still negotiating my way through this new territory. From the beginning, I’ve spent a lot of time sitting with maps and a lot of time walking around in the woods exploring the boundaries of the lands I am hunting on. I […]

We can’t lose our momentum on LWCF

Ashley Beyer is an Artemis sportswoman and New Mexico resident. She was invited by the National Wildlife Federation to join the LWCF Coalition on a trip to D.C. in mid-September to talk to our elected representatives about the importance of LWCF. Here Ashley tells us about her D.C. experience and reminds us to stay involved in […]

What does it mean that LWCF expired?

By Marcia Brownlee, Artemis Program Manager When I chose to be engaged in conservation advocacy, I jumped on a steep learning curve. Conservation issues are complex. Our government systems are complex. It can be difficult to sort through all the available information to get the answers you’re looking for. The Land and Water Conservation Fund […]