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Aspiring outdoor communicators welcome to attend free workshop July 8

 MISSOULA, Mont. – The Outdoor Writers Association of America will kick off its 84th annual conference at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort outside Salt Lake City, Utah, by offering a free, half-day workshop titled “Becoming an Outdoor Communicator,” Friday, July 8, from 3 – 6 p.m., in the Cliff Lodge at Snowbird.
The Becoming an Outdoor Communicator workshop is the perfect opportunity for anyone who thinks outdoor communications may be for them, but doesn’t know where to start and how to be successful! Hear seasoned communicators share their industry tips and tricks. This year’s line-up explores the many different avenues for outdoor communicators. Don’t miss these exciting sessions:
Opportunities in Outdoor Radio, Dan Small                     
Outdoor Photography, Colleen Miniuk-Sperry
Outdoor Books and Publications, Pat Wray         
Outdoor Travel Writing, Tom Wharton
Life as a Consultant, Jodi Stemler
Outdoor Magazines, Chris Madson
Making it as a Freelancer, Jill Adler
Outdoor Opportunities in Newspapers, Brett Prettyman
No experience is necessary! We all started with just interest and desire. There will be plenty of time for questions and answers. Interested in attending this free workshop? Pre-registration is requested. Sign up at
Workshop participants are also welcome to attend OWAA’s three-day conference as a guest. After signing up for this free event, learn more about the entire conference and download registration forms at or call OWAA headquarters at 406-728-7434.
The Outdoor Writers Association of America is an international organization representing a diverse group of professional communicators dedicated to sharing the outdoor experience. Headquartered in Missoula, Mont., OWAA’s mission is to improve the professional skills of its members, set high ethical and communications standards, encourage conservation of natural resources, and mentor the next generation of professional outdoor communicators.

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