UWSP offers free talks on Zoom through the Becoming an Outdoors-Woman program. Photo courtesy UWSP.

Chat with successful women in natural resources careers through the Becoming an Outdoors-Woman program and be inspired to be more active outdoors.

BOW Live! on ZOOM will be offered for free at 2 p.m. on select Thursdays. To join the talks, use the Zoom link listed for each speaker below:

July 16 – Tara Short is founder and CEO of Green Edventures Tours, which specializes in eco-adventures for women and teacher-led student groups in 12 destinations from the Americas to Africa. Short’s talk, “How to Be An Explorer of the World in 10 Steps,” is a virtual adventure highlighting some of the International BOW Destinations trips. Short will introduce amazing animals and scenery and give helpful tips for purposeful travel abroad and in your backyard.

July 23 – Haley Frater is an outreach specialist with the Forestry Education and Development Initiative, a joint venture of the UW-Stevens Point’s College of Natural Resources and Continuing Education. Frater loves the outdoors and has two young children. Find out how she continues to hike, fish, camp and enjoy wild places while introducing her children (and her dog) to nature at the same time. https://uwsp.zoom.us/j/96494461876.

For more information, contact Peggy Farrell, 715-346-4681 or peggy.farrell@uwsp.edu, or visit the BOW Wisconsin website at www.uwsp.edu/cnr-ap/bowWI/Pages/Events.aspx.