Squirrel Pot Pie

By: Ashley Chance, Southeast Region Coordinator If you like squirrel or pie, you’ll love squirrel pot pie! This recipe is simple and yields welcome comfort food at the end of a long winter. You can use just about any meat; turkey and pheasant are good substitutes if no squirrel can be had. The first step […]

Getting On The Turkey Train

By: Ashley Chance, Artemis Southeast Region Coordinator I have never “called in” an animal before while hunting. Technically I suppose I’ve called waterfowl, but they mostly come in as a fast-flying group and the whole event transpires before my heart rate can interfere with my aim. Calling an animal appeals to me because it belies […]

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 […]

Hunting While Pregnant

Tips and tricks from one pregnant hunter to another. Photos and Story By: Emily Ledergerber, Artemis Colorado Ambassador Check out this week’s episode of the Artemis Podcast, EP 17: Hunting While Pregnant with Emily Ledergerber and Kyla West for more on being in the woods with a baby bump. I’m writing this in the middle […]

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. […]

Take the Lead on Lead

By: Kodi Jo Jaspers My hunting gene runs deep; I was born into a family with a long history and tradition of pursuing wild game. I cherish the memories I have with my dad up in the high country of the Cascade Mountains learning how to read a sign and follow what the habitat and […]

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

By: Rachel Buswell, Artemis Ambassador If you met me in the grocery store after work some night, you’d probably write me off as an average woman who loves yoga pants, messy buns, and pairing wine with cheese in fancy wine bars. You wouldn’t be wrong in any of those assumptions, but quick judgments can often […]

Happy Anniversary to the Clean Water Act

By: Marcia Brownlee Why is clean water important to you? How does having clean water – or not having clean water – impact your life? What are you willing to do to protect water? Today is the 47th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act. Celebrate by protecting it. Before 1972, the average loss of wetlands […]