Arnold, CA… If your student is interested in a Hunter Education class, Mark Oswald and Al Courtwright will be offering a course on September 4th, 11th, and 18th at Ebbetts Pass Fire Station #1, 1027 Blagen Road, Arnold from Noon—5pm each day. All three days must be attended to pass the class. The cost is $10, Bring paper and pencil and snacks if you would like. Call Mark at 768-3136 for more information. To register go to http:// www.wildlife.ca.gov,/huntereducation.
California Hunter Education
In an effort to raise safety and conservation awareness, California’s first hunter education law was enacted in 1954. California requires hunter education training for those who have never held a California hunting license, who do not have a hunter education certificate, or who do not have a hunting license from another state or province issued within the past two years. Students may choose between two class format options. Classes are offered throughout the State by more than 1,000 certified volunteer instructors, all dedicated to keeping hunting safe, ethical, and available to all Californians.