Here’s What You Missed at Summit Sisters 2017

I took a break from work today to stand outside and put my bare feet on the ground. On the real ground: dirt, grass, rocks, maybe a bug or two. I took some deep breaths and looked at my toes — two black-and-blue toenails — as they pressed into the ground, still warm from the […]

Tricks of the Backpacking Trade with Deuter USA’s Becky Marcelliano

This Memorial Day Weekend, Women’s Wilderness Outreach Director, Kelly McClelland caught up with Becky Marcelliano, Marketing Manager for Deuter USA. In her interview, Becky shares her thoughts on the growing presence of women in the outdoor industry and divulges some trade secrets on how to have the best backpacking trip ever. Read on! WW: What inspires you […]

Saving the Pygmy Nuthatch

By Kristi Dranginis of Bird Mentor (and who will be teaching at Summit Sisters!) Just last week I happened to notice a solitary Pygmy Nuthatch at my bird feeder. Okay, a Pygmy Nuthatch at my feeder in and of itself is not unusual, but the fact that it was alone is what stood out as […]

How Women’s Wilderness Changed My Life

By Hannah Dykes Photos by Henna Taylor Those who know me know I am a homebody. I rarely slept over at other girls’ houses growing up, I never went to summer camp, and I’d always rather stay home and curl up on the couch on Friday night. So two years ago, when I got it […]
Growing Girls: The Four Stages of Development

The Growing of Girls

By Suza Bedient, Program Director of Women’s Wilderness  Human beings are designed to grow and learn from the moment of our arrival onto this earth to the day of our departure from it. One of the most amazing features of our brain is its neuroplasticity: its capacity to change throughout life and re-organize its very structure. […]
International Women's Day 2017 brave girls

Happy International Women’s Day 2017!

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2017, we’d like to share a few of the ways that Women’s Wilderness helps young girls find their strength, confidence, and bravery. Here to help us is guest blogger, Emily Eley.   A Brave Place for Brave Girls   Women’s Wilderness’s mission is to strengthen the courage, confidence, and leadership qualities of […]

A Story of Queer Nature-Connection

I am who I am today in part because of programs like the ones run by Women’s Wilderness. Queer Nature, the program I co-facilitate at WW, which teaches survival skills and natural crafts to the LGBTQ+ community, would also probably not exist if it hadn’t been for my initiation into nature-connection at a pivotal age. […]

The First 4 Things You Should Do When Learning to Rock Climb

I know that learning to rock climb can seem intimidating, especially if you don’t have a mentor to show you the ropes. But rock climbing is surprisingly accessible if you know how to begin, and I’m here to tell you that you don’t need to be a super-athlete to start learning how to climb. Here […]
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