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 […]

My outdoors passion was born on LWCF land in the Sierra Nevada’s of California.  I couldn’t get enough of hiking through the wilderness. After I moved back to a Northern California valley I found myself pushing myself further and becoming aware of my natural resources. Although I feel that I have graduated from just hiking […]

Just two weeks ago, I had the trip of a lifetime to the Kenai peninsula in Alaska. We left for the airport at 0700, arrived in Anchorage at 1400, and were fishing on the Kenai river at Centennial campground by 1800. The seven of us in our group descended the slope of the river using […]

Location: Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, Afognak, AK It was November 29th, 2012 and it had snowed almost 8 inches overnight. I was hunting with my husband and his father in law that day. The three of us were dropped off separately on small beaches that were relatively close to each other but far enough apart […]

Alaska is a truly a land of opportunity in terms of public lands. Protein harvest is a central part of life for most Alaskans and their Federal lands managers and Alaska Fish and Game have ensured that everyone from traditional users to non-residents can have a chance to gather their fill. I am fortunate to […]