Intro to Hunting Class
THINKING ABOUT LOCALLY GROWN-ORGANIC MEAT?
WONDERING IF WILD GAME WOULD PROVIDE THAT PROTEIN SOURCE?
NEVER HUNTED BEFORE AND AT A LOSS AS HOW TO APPROACH YOUR OPTIONS?
Then we have the answer for you. The NorthWoods Stewardship Center, Backcountry Hunters and Anglers (BHA) & Vermont Fish & Wildlife Conservation Group (VTFWCG) is sponsoring a one and a half day, with overnight, intro to hunting. This class is geared to those with no hunting experience, background or mentored family support.
Wild game, harvested where you live, is the premiere choice for healthy, organic protein. How one gets it “from field to fork” can be confusing to the non-hunter.
We can help you. Local staff of the sponsoring organizations will provide the knowledge, tools and strong foundation, in a safe environment, to start your journey into harvesting wild game. You will leave with a HUNTER SAFETY EDUCATION CERTIFICATION, which allows you to purchase a license to hunt in any state.
DATES: Sat. & Sun. September 22 & 23, 2018 ( Overnight Stay Required )
LOCATION: Northwoods Stewardship Center, 154 Leadership Drive, 10 Mile Square Rd, East Charleston, VT
REQUIREMENTS: Complete the Online Version of the Hunter Education Home Study class and arrive with the printed certificate of verification.
REGISTRATION: Class size is limited to only 15 students. We expect this class to fill quickly, so don’t delay. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
COST: $25 fee for NorthWoods accommodations at their newly constructed bunkhouse. BYO lunch. Supper and Breakfast are provided. Hunter Safety Education Certification is free of charge and taught by experienced, certified, Vermont Fish and Wildlife Volunteer Instructors.
For more information and to register for the class, contact those listed below:
Michael Kolsun & Molly Cook, 802-723-6678, firstname.lastname@example.org