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Space available in upcoming hunter education classes

Hunter Education Classroom courses are offered by knowledgeable and certified volunteer instructors and Iowa Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officers. Classroom courses are typically 12-15 hours in length and are held over 2 to 3 sessions (days). In order to receive certification, a student must attend all sessions and pass the final exam.

Iowa law requires that anyone born after January 1, 1972 must be certified in hunter education before they are eligible to purchase an Iowa hunting license.

 

Upcoming Hunter Education Classes

July 13, Dysart, Union Middle School

July 20, Panora, Guthrie County Conservation Board

July 24, Homestead, Amana Sportsmans Club

 

Aug. 2, Newton, Izaak Walton League - Newton

Aug. 2, Palo, Palo Outdoors

Aug. 3, Toledo, Pioneer Hi-Bred

Aug. 3, Indianola, Izaak Walton League - Indianola

Aug. 4, Nashua, Nashua Fish and Hunt Club

Aug. 7, Elkader, Osborne Nature Center

Aug. 7, Sabula, Sabula Izaak Walton League

Aug. 8, Hawarden, Sioux County Conservation Board, Oak Grove Park

Aug. 12, Waterloo, Hawkeye Community College – Waterloo

Aug. 12, Hamburg, Agrivision

Aug. 15, Birmingham, Southeastern Iowa Sportsman’s Society

Aug. 17, Marshalltown, Izaak Walton League - Marshalltown

Aug. 17, Columbus Junction, American Legion – Columbus Junction

Aug. 19, Vinton, Izaak Walton League - Vinton

Aug. 19, Villisca, Villisca Community Building

Aug. 19, Decorah, Northeast Fox and Coon Club

Aug. 22, Clinton, Izaak Walton League - Clinton

Aug. 22, Ames, Izaak Walton League – Ames

Aug. 24, Rockford, Floyd County Conservation Board, Fossil & Prairie Center

Aug. 26, Fairbank, Fairbank Gun Club

Aug. 26, Aurelia, Aurelia Shelter House

Aug. 26, Muscatine, Muscatine County Conservation Board, Environmental Learning Center

Aug. 28, Humboldt, Ox Bow Park

 

For more information on these and other hunter education opportunities, go to www.iowadnr.gov/huntered

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