Explore the connection between conservation and hunting during this special Learn to Hunt course designed for adults who are curious about or new to hunting. For many, including Aldo Leopold, hunting is an extension of their ethical relationship with the land and a way they choose to demonstrate their commitment to conservation. This course will include classroom instruction and discussion regarding the ethical dimensions of hunting in addition to hands-on skills such as scouting for, butchering, and processing deer. The course culminates in a hunt for deer under the guidance of experienced mentors, on or nearby the lands that Aldo Leopold hunted in the 1930s and 1940s.
All necessary equipment and gear will be provided, as well as select meals. Participants in this Learn to Hunt course are strongly encouraged to attend the September 7 Firearm Safety for Beginning Hunters session to acquire the knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience necessary to be a safe and responsible hunter. Register for both workshops and the Firearm Safety is free with coupon code HUNT19COMBO. Click here for instructions.
This workshop has sold out. If you wish to be added to the waiting list in the event of cancellations, please email Lauren Graves.