Artemis Hires Program Manager

Artemis is growing! We are excited to announce that we have hired Marcia Brownlee of Missoula, MT to lead Artemis. Marcia brings a bevy of professional skills, leadership experience, and downright awesome sportswomanship to the job. We are so excited for what lies ahead. Read the press release announcing Marcia’s hire here and expect Artemis to kick […]

Artemis at the Fly Fishing Film Tour

By Kara Armano The Fly Fishing Film Tour has brought together fly fishing communities across the country for years. This past weekend Artemis was there to support the showings in Durango, CO, and to speak up about sportswomen’s conservation. With incredible films showcasing angling experiences in waters all over earth, celebrating mothers and daughters, exploring […]

Four Weeks Representing Wildlife, Hunters, and Anglers at the WY Legislature: Here’s what I’ve Learned

 By Jessi Johnson, Artemis Coordinator Inaction is not an option. If we do not start showing up and speaking out, our losses are our own fault. This week is the fourth and final week of the 20-day budget session for Wyoming’s Legislature. It is a quick, dirty, and often chaotic process. Our 60 representatives and […]

Artemis Works with Western Sportsmen to Highlight Importance of National Monuments

As Congress kicks off 2018 with renewed attacks on our public lands, starting with national monuments, hunters and anglers are stepping up and speaking out.  A new video series, “This is Our Outdoor Heritage: Hunters and Anglers Speak Out”, launched by Artemis and the National Wildlife Federation offers a glimpse into the endless possibilities for […]

Best Day Hunting Muleys

By Kathy Hadley It was still dark outside and cold, very cold. I got dressed, grabbed a cup of coffee and walked outside to listen to the morning. I heard coyotes singing off in the distant hills but nothing else.  Looking east, I could see a sliver of the sky just starting to get light. Time […]

An Artemis Weekend at the Valles Caldera

By Kara Armano Artemis joined the NMWF over the weekend for a family camp out event in the Valles Caldera, an extremely important place both culturally and from a sporting perspective. This is a place where native puebloans traveled, made tools, took elk, fish, plants and more to survive and still consider this area sacred to […]

Protecting Public Lands with your Voice and your Gear Choice

By Maggie Heumann, Artemis co-founder I am an angler, hunter, hiker and buyer for a mom and pop “hook and bullet” retail operation, and, as such, the public land that surrounds me is an integral component of every aspect of my life. As all of the election hullabaloo was bombarding us last year, the outdoor […]

Artemis and Fishpond Team up to Host Sportswomen Photo Contest

Artemis and Fishpond are proud to announce the first ever Artemis photo contest! The rules are as follows. Share your photo on the Artemis Facebook page with the hashtag #ArtemisSportswomen. Photos should be of sportswomen in the field representing conservation, stewardship, and sporting endeavors. We especially like those that illustrate teaching young people! We will run […]

Public Lands from East to West

By Allie D’Andrea, Artemis Co-founder Growing up in western Pennsylvania, “public land hunting” was a dirty word. It meant less opportunity, more competition, and frankly, that you were too poor to own your own property or lease prime hunting land for the season. I never thought much about how public land came to be or […]

On Mule Deer, Passion & Obligation

By Jessi Johnson, Artemis Coordinator and co-founder Looking back, I have come to realize that it was hunting that connected me to my work in conservation. I was always aware of the importance of landscape health and the precarious balance of wildlife and human interest due to my nomadic ranching background. However the spark of […]