Hunter Education

Hunter Ed Activities

There's a lifetime of satisfaction to be found in the begins with Vermont Hunter Education.

Use the links below to find a course or seminar, replace your hunter ed card, learn how to become an instructor, and more.

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First-time hunters, bowhunters and trappers must successfully complete their respective course to purchase their first license. From traditional classroom courses to online courses, there is a course to fit your learning style. 


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Fish and Wildlife Seminars

Our seminars are meant to expand upon the knowledge of hunters, trappers, anglers, outdoor enthusiasts, and anyone who wants more information about pertinent topics in Fish & Wildlife. Check out our seminar schedule to see what is being offered.


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Replace Your Orange Hunter Ed Card

Lost your orange card? Search our database and print a new hunter education card.


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Become a Certified Instructor

Vermont’s Hunter Education Program is always looking for volunteer instructors to teach hunting, bowhunting or trapping education. Learn what it takes to become an instructor.


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Instructor Resources

Already an Instructor? Check out this page to schedule a class, find training aids and get exclusive deals for being a volunteer instructor.


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Hunter Ed FAQs

Get the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Hunter Ed.


Contact Us for More Information

Vermont Hunter Education Program
Phone: 802-828-1193

Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department
1 National Life Drive, Dewey Building
Montpelier VT  05620-3208


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Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department
Commissioner Christopher Herrick

1 National Life Drive
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Montpelier, VT 05620-3702

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The mission of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is the conservation of all species of fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the people of Vermont.