Kenlake State Resort Park to host women’s outdoors workshop

For Kentucky women interested in learning more about wildlife in our region, winter survival skills, and other outdoor skills, a workshop will be held next month at Kenlake State Resort Park in Hardin, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources announced Thursday. 

Women can register to participate in the workshop from now through Jan. 4. The department is cosponsoring the Beyond Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop, which will be held from Jan. 15 to Jan. 17, with the state parks department. 

The fish and wildlife department says the workshop kicks off with an eagle watching cruise on Kentucky Lake. Attendees will take a three-hour ride on Kentucky Lake to spot and photograph bald eagles and listen as a guide talks about eagles and other wildlife in the region.

On Saturday, classes will be offered including, archery, morel mushroom hunting, how to select the right firearm, wild game cooking, dog obedience and handling, winter birding, winter survival, and making holiday wreaths from natural materials.

For more information on the workshop and to get registration forms, click here

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