By Paul Smith
The path to becoming a hunter has always been as unique and varied as the person.
But as hunting in America became more recreation than necessity through the 20th century, a common route emerged: Parents, mostly fathers, taught their children, mostly boys...
..."We know there is no silver bullet," said Christine Thomas, dean of the College of Natural Resources at UW-Stevens Point and founder of the Becoming An Outdoors-Woman program, at a presentation to the Sporting Heritage Council last year. "And we also know you can never stop working at it."