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Artemis endeavors to get more women in the field and on the water, to support women as leaders in the conservation movement, to ensure the vitality of our lands, waters, and wildlife. Artemis endeavors to change the face of conservation.

Apr 30, 2020

"Glassing is the art of sitting on a high spot and looking for wildlife." That gem of wisdom comes from Artemis co-founder Jess Johnson, who shares some of her best game-spotting tricks with us in this episode. Plus, what you need to know when scoping out your optics. (See what we did there? #opticspun)

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Apr 23, 2020

Maggie Heumann is many things -- Artemis founder, podcast host, outdoor gear hocker, fisherwoman -- AND... entomologist. This week we're talking bugs in the field. From finding a treasure trove of bug artifacts at an estate sale to inadvertently having a sleeping bag full of fleas, there's a lot to know about our...

Apr 16, 2020

Peeing, pooping and periods. Oh yeah, we're "going" there. The founder of Kula Cloth, Anastasia Allison, joins us to talk about how to do all three of these things comfortably in the backcountry. Do you 'drip dry,' or 'shake it off'? What about if you pop a squat and notice a trail cam pointed at you?

1:30 - 'Snain' -...

Apr 9, 2020

Turkey season is nigh! Patt Dorsey from the National Wild Turkey Federation shares her turkey savvy with us -- from what makes a good roost tree, to all the quirks a biologist would care about, like the bird's laser-like vision, or a hen's ability to store semen for later use.

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Apr 2, 2020

Feeling confident and safe in wild spaces means knowing how to respond appropriately in encounters with some of our more intimidating wildlife. Kyla West, Artemis Ambassador and Wildlife Conflict Specialist for the state of Washington, dishes on animal behavior and what backcountry travelers should know to stay...