2022 Indiana Hunter Education Academy
Indiana Hunter Education is now mandatory for hunters born after December 31, 1986. Older hunters are finding they, too, need Hunter Education certification to hunt in other states. It is important that all Hunter Education courses throughout the state are complete and consistent. By attending the Academy, you will be provided with tools that your will help classes meet or exceed Indiana’s minimum requirements and expectations. Programs include Event Manager basics, hunting ethics, teaching techniques, as well as pointers for the basic disciplines of rifle, shotgun, archery and tree stand safety. Networking with other instructors and DNR staff will get you recharged and excited about Hunter Education again. Read more by clicking the registration form below.
Friday, August 26- Registration 4 – 6 PM; Dinner 6 PM; Program 7 – 9:15 PM
Saturday, August 27 – Breakfast 7 AM; Program and Lunch – 8 AM – 5 PM; Dinner 5 PM; IHEA Meeting and Auction 6:30 PM – ?
Sunday, August 28 – Breakfast 7 AM; Program and Lunch – 8 AM – 1:30 PM
2022 Hunter Education Nomination Form
Nominate a volunteer Hunter Education Instructor, Teaching Team, or Indiana Conservation Officer for special recognition at this year’s annual IHEA Banquet. This year’s banquet will be held October 8th, 2022 at the Pines Evergreen Room in Seymour, Indiana. Help reward these special individuals and teams that go above and beyond to keep our Indiana Hunter Education Program strong and successful!Nomination Form
2022 Indiana 4-H Shooting Sports Fall Workshop
September 9-11, 2022 – Ross Camp, West Lafayette, Indiana — Each year IDNR’s Hunter Education Program, in association with Purdue University, provides two training workshops for the 4-H Shooting Sports Program. This training is required to be a volunteer instructor in a county 4-H Shooting Sports Program. Use the link below to register today!Registration Form
…to promote hunter education by providing a medium for the exchange of views and experience; by fostering individual, federal-state, and state cooperation and coordination in mutual problems; by promoting the reciprocal recognition of properly educated hunters between districts of the state of Indiana; by cultivating characteristics of honesty, self-discipline, self-reliance, mutual consideration, essentials of good sportsmanship and good citizenship; by promoting programs to prevent hunter accidents; by upholding the image of hunting both as a legitimate tool of wildlife management and as a recreational sport throughout the state of Indiana and to carry out the effective presentation and dissemination of these purposes.
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