Watershed Restoration Citizen Science Project

Artemis is really excited to get our boots on the ground and our waders in the water this summer by partnering with the Clark Fork Coalition, Montana Wildlife Federation, and NWF Northern Rockies and Prairieson a citizen science project.  Based out of Missoula, MT, the citizen science effort will produce a field inventory of beaver […]

Artemis Profile: Chris Hill

We are at a crossroads in the history of American conservation. In order to continue to tell stories that resonate with people across the country, we must incorporate more stories. Artemis Sportswomen is committed to honoring and uplifting a diversity of age, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, and political affiliation. What […]

Southern Colorado Wildlife Coordinator

The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) is one of America’s largest and most trusted grassroots conservation organizations, with more than six million supporters and 51 state-level affiliate organizations throughout the U.S. and its territories. NWF’s programs focus on conserving wildlife, restoring habitat and waterways, expanding outdoor opportunities for all, connecting children with nature, and addressing the […]

Idaho Women’s Turkey Hunt

By Kami Elsisie, Artemis Ambassador and New Mexico Wildlife Federation Communication and Education Outreach Coordinator I was given an amazing opportunity to go out to northern Idaho to hunt turkeys with other ladies from Artemis and the Idaho Wildlife Federation (IWF). This opportunity was far too good to pass up. So what did I do, […]

Artemis Profile: Monica Steidele

We are at a crossroads in the history of American conservation. In order to continue to tell stories that resonate with people across the country, we must incorporate more stories. Artemis Sportswomen is committed to honoring and uplifting a diversity of age, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, and political affiliation. What […]

Without Feather Ado – an Artemis and PNWOW Range Day

By: Kyla West, Washington Artemis Ambassador It may have easily been a yearlong effort to finally coordinate a day at the range together. In 2017 I accepted an Ambassador role with the Pacific Northwest Outdoor Women Group (PNWOW), a community where women have a place to exchange knowledge, plan adventures together, and give thoughtful discussion […]

Sportswomen for the San Juan Mountain Wilderness

Sportswomen have paradise in their extensive backyards in southwest Colorado, and that could be boosted with the passing of the  Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy (CORE) Act, which includes the San Juan Mountains Wilderness Act (SJMWA). Adding just over 60,000 acres to public lands, wildlife habitat and trout headwater protections, the SJMWA is a laudable […]

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 […]

Women in Hunting and Fishing: Artemis

Women are the fastest growing demographic in hunting and fishing. They enter the field with a deep appreciation of our heritage and a passion to care for the wildlife and habitat of which we all are a part. Artemis, named after the Greek Goddess of the hunt and wild animals, is a National Wildlife Federation […]

Got (Clean) Water?

“ I gave my heart to the mountains the minute I stood beside this river with its spray in my face and watched it thunder into foam, smooth to green glass over sunken rocks, shatter to foam again. I was fascinated by how it sped by and yet was always there; Its roar shook both […]