Through Bridges to BOW (B2B), young women from diverse, under-represented, BIPOC, and/or other underserved communities learn about, register for, and attend a BOW Program.

Colorado Wildlife Federation's Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) program has proven to be a successful way to introduce the outdoors and all its wonders to the women of Colorado. However, while BOW is a great learning opportunity, many young women from diverse communities in Colorado don't even know that the program exists.

For those who may have heard of BOW, the opportunity can seem out of reach. Registration fees, lack of experience, or the hesitancy to try something new can all serve as barriers to young women wanting to gain experience in the outdoors. Bridges to BOW exists to break these barriers and serve as a bridge to Becoming an Outdoors Woman.

Applications for our 2024 Bridges to BOW program are now open.

Apply NOW for our 2024 B2B Program: Application Form

WHEN: July 19-21, 2024

WHERE: CSU's Mountain Campus, Bellvue

WHO: Women ages 18 & up (Culturally and racially diverse women, and others often underrepresented in the outdoors are encouraged to apply)

WHAT: 2024 Class Catalog

DEADLINE TO APPLY: June 2nd

If you have any questions, feel free to contact:

Anna Zak, CWF B2B Coordinator, (720) 442-2480 / anna@coloradowildlife.org

or

Natalia Artemisa Guzman-Vergil, AWF Education Coordinator & 2024 CWF B2B Ambassador, (520) 440-5993 / natalia@azwildlife.org

 

Bridges to BOW is made possible in part by:

                      National Wildlife Federation

 

 

 

 

                   Colorado Parks and Wildlife                                           Arizona Wildlife Federation

 

And by...

generous donors like YOU!

You can support B2B with a donation here.