- Associated Press - Saturday, December 19, 2015

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife is offering a series of courses to help train volunteers who will conduct hunter safety courses.

In addition to teaching hunter safety, the courses will also be for people interested in volunteering to teach trapper education and bow hunter education courses in the state.

The courses will take place Jan. 10 in St. Johnsbury, Feb. 21 in Berlin and March 12 in Castleton

Nicole Meier with the department’s hunter education program says there’s no better way for a hunter to give back to the outdoors than by instructing the next generation of hunters.

People interested in attending the courses should sign up at least a week in advance.


More information is available on the department’s website:


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