Artemis Georgia

Artemis Georgia Calendar of Events

July

Fireside Chat: Safety in the Field/Stand Safety
July 13th 7pm, Virtual 

Jen Pittman is the Hunter Development Program Director for GA DNR Wildlife Resources Division. In this role she and her team oversee Hunter Education, programs like National Archery in the Schools Program, State shooting ranges, learn to hunt resources and much much more. Join us July 13th at 7pm to discuss ways to make sure you stay Safe in the Field. REGISTER TODAY!

Annual R3 Summit: Community Meeting
July 21st, 2022 
Covington, GA 
R3 is the Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation of hunters, anglers and shooting sport participants. The annual gathering allows program implementers of R3 programs (example: Artemis Georgia) to discuss challenges, successes and community needs. More Information on the GA R3 Summit here. Women of Artemis are invited to attend if they would like to contribute to the conversation on how do we get more participants engaged? How do we prepare new participants and what needs are not being met. Free to attend. Lunch provided with happy hour afterwards. REGISTER TODAY!

Artemis Float and Fish Camping Trip
July 23rd-26th

Ogeechee River near Cooperville, GA
Free camping. $20 to reserve your spot.
More information to come!

AUGUST

Artemis Fireside Chat: Dove Hunting/Quota Hunts
August 10th, Virtual

Artemis Go Fish Center Field Trip
August 19th
Perry, GA
More information to come.

Artemis Recruitment Event
Georgia Wildlife Federation’s Annual Buckarama
August 19th-21st
Perry, GA
Entry into show free with recruitment efforts
More information to come.

Georgia DNR – Becoming an Outdoors Woman Event
August 20th – Firearms 101 at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center – 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Are you interested in gun ownership but feel you don’t know enough to get started? Then Firearms 101 is meant
for you! This course will provide you with the background knowledge needed to understand the language common
to the firearms industry. Topics to be discussed include gun ownership responsibility, basic firearms safety,
firearm types, ammunition, firearm selection, and purchase. This event is open to women ages 18 and older and
will meet at the Visitor’s Center classroom. A Georgia hunting or fishing license is required for this class. The
class costs $5.00 per person and is open to 24 participants. Please call 770-784-3059 or visit
https://georgiawildlife.doubleknot.com/selection/73913 to register.

SEPTEMBER

Georgia DNR – Becoming an Outdoors Woman Event
September 17th – Foraging 101 FDR State Park – 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Join us on a forager’s journey through our woods here at F.D. Roosevelt State Park. Learn about the basics of
foraging and identify a few common edible plants for the region and their uses on a guided hike. This program
is geared towards those beginners that have always wanted to harvest wild edibles but haven’t had the
confidence or the time to delve into this exciting and rewarding hobby. This is not an advanced class. Plants
may vary depending on what is available at the time. Cost is $5 per person, not including ParkPass. Dress for
the weather. Location disclosed upon registration. Contact Danielle Joerger at Danielle.joerger@dnr.ga.gov to register.

OCTOBER

Georgia DNR – Becoming an Outdoors Woman Event
October 14th – Wilderness Skills at Fort McAllister State Park – 10:00 am – 4:00 pm with an option to camp overnight
This hands-on interactive workshop will focus on the first 72 hours of emergency survival. Together we will learn essential skills, including building a survival shelter, fire-making techniques, basic navigation skills, basket weaving for hunting and gathering, and ash soap making. Participants will need to bring a survival knife and a small tarp. The knife will need to have a full tang and the blade must be at least 4 inches long. Tomahawks or machetes are also acceptable in a holster or sheath for transporting safely. The cost is $25 per person, not including ParkPass, and is open to 24 participants. Register by calling the park office: (912) 727-2339. * The site also offers a full campground for $29+tax per night for those that are interested in staying overnight. Reservations must be made on your own.

NOVEMBER

Georgia DNR – Becoming an Outdoors Woman Event
November 4-6 – The 11th Annual BOW Workshop at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center
Want to learn more about fishing, hunting, geocaching, wildlife photography, preparing game for meals or other outdoor topics? Be sure to sign up to attend the Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop scheduled for Nov. 4-6 at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center. BOW workshops focus on learning outdoor skills in a safe and structured environment. Class activities cover topics such as hunting, shooting, fishing, and more. These are learning opportunities primarily designed for women 18 years of age or older. Beginners are welcome and
encouraged. The cost ranges from $245-$290 depending on the type of lodging accommodation selected. For more information, call 770-784-3059. Registration will open for the annual workshop on August 1st on the GA DNR website.

Artemis Doe Hunting Trip
November 9th-11th

Arlington, GA
More information to come!

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