Women EatWild was created to support women who want to hunt, fish, forage and EatWild.
EatWild was created as a place for people to access information about ethical hunting; to learn how to use tools to their advantage and to build skills that will help them become successful hunters. And in our experience, much of the best learning we offer comes from the stories and anecdotes of our instructors, fellow students, and mentors. But we recognize that the stories we tell and the mentors we have access to are largely male. Women EatWild wants to change that narrative, and help tell the story of the growing number of women who are out there hunting, foraging, and fishing. So we created Women EatWild as a resource to foster and develop more women who can serve in our community as role models, instructors, and mentors.
Women EatWild meets for social nights, to plan hunts, and occasional weekend outings. We bring in guest speakers and facilitators, and organize women focused workshops. The group also serves to connect like-minded women across the province and to facilitate new friendships and hunting partnerships. It is a forum to meet other women with similar interests, and to learn together in a non-intimidating, supportive environment.
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Women EatWild is currently going into our third season and has over 60 members.