The Hog Blog

By: Ashley Chance, Artemis Southeast Region Coordinator What is a feral hog? Well, it’s a non-native animal that traces it’s origins back to domestic pigs, and to a lesser extent Eurasian boars. They are resourceful omnivores and prolific reproducers that can adapt to a wide variety of environments. This suite of skills in combination with […]

Hunting with the right equipment

By: Ashley Chance, Artemis Southeast Region Coordinator As sportswomen we often end up using clothing and gear that are hand-me-downs from our male counterparts or men-centric items off the shelf that have been colored pink and marketed to us as ‘specialized’. Sometimes this works. Some women genuinely like pink, and sometimes hand-me-downs fit and are […]

Artemis Welcomes Southeast Regional Coordinator Ashley Chance

By Artemis and Ashley Chance Artemis sits down with our newest team member, Artemis Southeast Regional Coordinator Ashley Chance, to talk sportswomen, public lands, and her vision for Artemis. Artemis: What brought you to Artemis? Ashley: I was attracted to Artemis immediately because it is a program that aims to truly empower women in the […]

5 Podcasts By Women Hunters and Anglers

By: Marcia Brownlee; Artemis Program Manager and host of the Artemis Podcast I love podcasts. Especially podcasts about hunting, fishing and conservation. They are easily accessible, entertaining, and informative. They challenge my perspectives and do a lot to keep me inspired. Right now, there are a total of over 900,000 podcasts and 28 million episodes. […]

Happy hunting and be safe: Notes from a Hunter Ed instructor

Happy Anniversary to the Clean Water Act

What about the hide?