The Kentucky Network of Outdoor Women evolved from the
Becoming an Outdoors Woman
(BOW) workshops provided by the
Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
(KDFWR). After participating in some of the BOW workshops, several women began expressing a desire to build on
that program. They wanted to help other women experience the outdoors not only through the BOW workshops, but to go even further. They wanted the friendships
made at the workshops to grow through more adventures. Those women, Scotty Clenney, Joan Garrison, Linda Saunders, Wanda Clark, and Scarlett Hawthorne,
along with the
Barbara Pulliam, began KNOW in March of 1997 as the initial Board of Directors.
Since then, the organization has grown and has added area coordinators to develop activities ranging from wildflower identification walks to strenuous
hunting you choose what works for your interests and skill levels. Currently, we have divided Kentucky into nine regions with a coordinator to organize at least one adventure per year within her area. More adventures may be scheduled within a region depending on membership
Meet Your Area Coordinator
to learn more about KNOW and what we can offer to you.
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