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Hunter safety more than a course

A lawsuit in northern Wisconsin may pave the way for over 60 kids in Door County to continue their hunter safety education.  Hunting advocacy group Hunter Nation recently sued the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for canceling a safety course in Oneida County this month.  Door County was forced to call off its hunter safety course earlier this spring because of Governor Tony Evers’ Safer at Home Order. Jay Chaudoir has been involved in Door County’s hunter safety course for over 25 years and says even though it is required, it is the parents that are the best teachers.

You can take the hunter safety course online, but a day of fieldwork is still required. Chaudoir says they will wait until they are given the all-clear to host a course for up to 50 students before scheduling a new date.

 

Photo submitted previously by the family of Lance Torp

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