If you're a Northland woman who would love to learn, or sharpen your outdoor skills, then get ready for a road trip and a fun weekend with other women through the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

There is still time to sign-up for a three-day workshop, which is part of the Becoming An Outdoors Woman program, set for Friday, September 29 - Sunday, October 1 at Deep Portage Learning Center in central Minnesota.

According to the DNR, the program features classes on shooting, archery, bowhunting and more.  Also offered at the workshop are classes on finding and cooking wild mushrooms, birding, pine basket making, Dutch oven cooking, orienteering, rock climbing, dressing for the outdoors, walking stick-making and beekeeping.

The workshop is designed largely for women ages 18 and up but girls ages 14 to 17 are welcome to attend with parents or guardians.

Follow the link below for all the details and to get registered.