Bowhunting Workshop Helps Adults Teach Outdoor Skills to Kids in Indiana
Hoosiers interested in preserving Indiana’s bowhunting heritage can attend a July 26 workshop at Atterbury Fish & Wildlife Area that will teach them how to plant the necessary seeds.
The target audience is adults who work with children, ages 11-17. This includes school teachers, after-school teachers, outdoor educators, parks and recreation program leaders, scout leaders and camp counselors.
The workshop, called Explore Bowhunting, is designed not only to help adults teach bowhunting skills but also instill a respect for and comfort with the outdoors to preteens and teenagers. It is being offered for the first time in Indiana, run by the DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife’s Hoosier Outdoor Heritage Program.
Participants do not need prior experience with bowhunting.
Explore Bowhunting is free and is funded through a partnership between the Archery Trade Association and DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife.
The program is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For more information and to register, contact Amanda Wuestefeld at (317) 547-2075 or [email protected].
Additional information is also available at: www.indiananasp.com/forms/2012/EB/Announcement.pdf