A group of landowners and sportsman organizations in Montana is developing a comprehensive, advanced hunter education program designed to put more ethical, educated, and effective hunters in the field.
“The Montana Hunter Advancement Program will develop a network of highly skilled, ethical, safe hunters that will serve as an example to others and help establish positive relationships with private landowners,” said Blake Henning, RMEF chief conservation officer. “RMEF is proud to support this innovative program.”
The program’s goals include education about respecting private property, the impacts of wildlife on farming, creating public access and hunter opportunity and building trust between hunters and landowners.
The 2018 pilot course is accepting applications from qualified hunters.
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