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Outdoor Women of Halfway – Calendar


Calendar Frequently Asked Questions

Can I order the OWS Calendar online?

The 2016 Calendar is no longer available.

Can I buy the OWS Calendar in person?

There may be a few copies left at The Bev’rage Cellar 143 N Main St, Halfway.

If you need further assistance with the calendar please email Terrie Simons at terriesimons3@gmail.com or call Terrie at (541) 742-7653.

I’d like to become a OWH calendar girl, who do I call?
Terrie Simons

Here’s the OPB episode featuring our calendar girls!

Outdoor Women of Halfway
is creating a series of calendars with the title “Wild Harvest” which will feature local women engaged in a variety of harvesting activities including hunting, fishing and foraging. The intent is to create a quality product that is informative and inspiring for a broad audience. The calendar will portray “the story” behind the wild harvest as well as highlighting our beautiful town and surrounding landscape. The calendar will include biographical information about the women in other facets of their lives (in their professions and homes), as well as share personal insights about why women are drawn to these activities.

Our Purpose:

To visually present women hunting, fishing and otherwise gathering the bounty of nature in a way that shares the full story of what living close to the land means to us. From tracking, camaraderie around the campfire, to preparing wholesome food for our families, the outdoor life from a woman’s perspective is a tapestry of experiences and traditions that is a story seldom told.

To dispel misconceptions about harvesting wild foods and the women and families who do so.

To raise funds for community projects that focus on outdoor safety and education, especially focusing on people new to these activities, women and children.


We’re not sure when the next calendar is coming so sign up for updates!


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