Update: The deadline has been extended to February 18th.
Want to be a master hunter? Then a second-year Montana program may be just for you. The Montana Hunter Advancement Program is seeking applicants for its class of 2019.
The program is a 50-hour course which generally takes place over a six-week period. It is landowner-driven and supported by landowner associations and major conservation nonprofit organizations such as the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and others.
Instructors include ranchers, farmers, landowners, university faculty, professional shooting instructors, private land wildlife managers, wildlife biologists, first aid personnel, as well as backcountry survival and equipment experts. Each curriculum element includes either written, oral or field tests that assess student competence.
The cost is $200 per participant and need-based scholarships are available upon request. The deadline to apply is midnight on
January 31, 2019 February 18th.
Find more information here.