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    EP. 247 Workplace Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Outdoors with Tiffany Smith from Camber Outdoors

    EP. 247 Workplace Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Outdoors with Tiffany Smith from Camber Outdoors

    It's a hot topic these days across industries and workplaces but perhaps more important than ever in the outdoors world for many reasons...D.E.I. which stands for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. That's were Camber Outdoors steps in with a long history of expertise.

    My special guest on this week's episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast is the CEO of Camber Outdoors, Tiffany Smith, to talk about their important work in this space, the progress that is being made, and what we can expect to see in the future. 

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    EP. 99 Kick Plastic!

    EP. 99 Kick Plastic!

    Welcome to the 1st episode of 2020!

    In 2020 The Woman Angler & Adventurer has pledged to ban single-use plastics from our boats and cutting back in other ways as well. In this Five Minute Friday Barb talks about the importance of this mission and gives several great ideas of ways you can join us! Together we can make a difference and put an end to the horrific impact plastics are having on our waters. 

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    EP. 66 The Episode Every Angler Needs to Hear

    EP. 66 The Episode Every Angler Needs to Hear

    Welcome to our 2nd episode in a short series we've put together to emphasize the importance of introducing someone new to the sport of fishing. This week we have a conversation with Pat Neu, director of The Future Angler Foundation. FAF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit membership organization formed in April of 2012 by a group of anglers dedicated to helping grow the sport of fishing through education and outreach. 

    When you think of organizations like FAF, you often immediately think of kids and yes, that is a big part of it. Pat is quick to point out it is called The Future Angler Foundation for a reason. Their goal is to reach potential new anglers of all ages, race, and gender to the sport of fishing and educate them on how to catch fish and protect the resource. This educational component is critical for the future of the sport.

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