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 […]

Antiquities Act Anniversary – Celebrating Shared Values

Artemis sportswomen are all about cutting fresh tracks for conservation.  Sometimes that means getting women together to grow their knowledge about hunting and fishing or train sportswomen to turn their passion into action.  Sometimes it means having important conversations about the shared values that bring diverse public lands users to our treasured places. This month […]

An Interview with Artemis Program Manager Marcia Brownlee

By Artemis and Marcia Brownlee Artemis sits down with Marcia Brownlee, Program Manager, to talk sportswomen, public lands, and her vision for Artemis. ________________________________________________________ Artemis:  What brought you to Artemis? Artemis resonated with me from the moment I first learned about it. I admire the way it brings together education, advocacy and community building. Women […]

An Interview with Artemis Co-Founder and Sportswomen’s Advocacy Trainer, Alexis Bonogofsky

Artemis at the Fly Fishing Film Tour

Artemis Works with Western Sportsmen to Highlight Importance of National Monuments

Rocky Mountain Region: 2017 In Review

At the National Wildlife Federation we strive to unite all Americans to ensure wildlife thrive in a rapidly changing world. This means we have the distinct pleasure of connecting people from all walks of life — sportsmen and women, backyard gardeners, weekend birders, or just people with a desire to to protect the splendor that […]

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 […]