Becoming an Outdoors Woman Program at Lone Pine State Park

Becoming an Outdoors Woman Program at Lone Pine State Park

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is hosting a Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) workshop at Lone Pine State Park in late June.

This program is $45 and will focus on outdoor skills, including map navigation, hiking techniques and archery lessons, as well as outdoor photography, nature journaling and more. The workshop is Friday evening, June 21, and all-day Saturday, June 22.

This event offers an opportunity to learn hands-on outdoor skills from local experts, fostering a deeper connection with nature and building confidence for responsible outdoor adventures.

The program is designed to provide valuable resources and skills that extend beyond the event itself. The structure includes engaging plenary sessions and three themed tracks. Each track offers a variety of options tailored to enhance your outdoor experience:

  • Outdoor Essentials: Master practical skills such as Leave No Trace ethics, map navigation, safe hiking techniques, and archery.
  • Ecological Discoveries: Deepen your appreciation for nature through bird, wildflower, and tree identification.
  • Nature’s Arts: Capture the beauty of the outdoors with photography, watercolor, sketching, and nature journaling.

With small group sessions of 10-15 participants, each attendee will receive personalized guidance, ensuring a meaningful and educational experience.

Space is limited. To register, visit beginning at 10 a.m. on May 25.

For more information, please contact Kylie Kembel at 406-444-5280 or email