Becoming an Outdoors-Woman® Workshop
October 7-9, 2016
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman® (BOW – “bō”) is a nonprofit, educational program offering hands-on, outdoor workshops to adult women in the United States and Canada since 1991. Hosted by Camp Fire Green Country since 2003, BOW has called Camp Fire Camp Waluhili home for over 10 years.
All BOW Workshops emphasize a supportive environment for novices conducive to learning, making friends, and having fun. BOW is not a membership organization and no experience is necessary to participate. BOW requires teaching a balance of hunting and shooting; fishing and boating; and non-consumptive outdoor recreation activities such as campfire cooking, crafts, and outdoor skills. Specialty trips to utilize skills gained throughout BOW are offered throughout the United States, Canada, and abroad. For more information on BOW in other states or provinces, visit www.uwsp.edu/bow.
The Oklahoma BOW Workshop is held annually, usually on the first full weekend of October. The two-night outdoor conference, held at Camp Fire Camp Waluhili, offers nearly 40 classes on a variety of outdoor topics. In the past, class topics have included atlatl, muzzleloaders, archery, bow hunting, pine needle weaving, kayaking, paddleboarding, handguns, Dutch Oven cooking, rappelling, blacksmithing, canning, and much more. Check out the catalog below for more details regarding the most recent workshop.
BOW 2016 is full and registration has closed.
We’re excited to welcome over 120 participants and over 50 volunteers Oct 7-9 at Camp Fire Camp Waluhili!
Click HERE to view the 2016 Workshop Catalog
Download a Scholarship Application – Available for First-Time Attendees Only
Check out pictures of previous BOW Workshops on our Facebook Page.
Contact the Camp Fire Office for more information (918) 592-2267
Director, Becoming an Outdoors-Woman: Oklahoma
Camp & Outdoor Program Director, Camp Fire Green Country, Tulsa, OK
Director of BOW since 2012, Susan’s involvement spans more than a decade in capacities such as lifeguard, logistical assistance and instructor for kayaking, sailing, and rappelling. An avid outdoors-woman, Susan holds a B.S., Leisure Studies from Oklahoma State University. She has worked in camps across the nation from Vermont to Colorado, sharing her skills and passion for the outdoors with people of all ages.
Camp and Outdoor Program Director for Camp Fire Green Country, Susan directs resident camp each summer and a strong outdoor program for Camp Fire throughout the school year.
Diversity is recognized as an important component of the BOW program. Bias, prejudice, discrimination, and harassment in all forms and manifestations will not be tolerated. Discrimination based on an individual’s race, gender, religion, color, creed, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, pregnancy, or parental status is demeaning to all; impairs the process of education; and violates individual rights