Ohio Hunter Education Course at Tappan
March 2 - March 3
The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District staff will be this FREE two-day course, instructor-led course. Participants much attend both days, for a total of about 12 hours, in a relaxed classroom environment with hands-on learning.
Location: Tappan Lake Park’s Activity Center
Saturday, March 2 9am-4pm
Sunday, March 3 9am-4pm
We will offer a lunch break each day. Please bring your own food as there are no nearby restaurant options. Coffee and snacks will be provided. Register by clicking the link below and searching for Hunter Education > Classroom > Deersville.
Certified volunteers and MWCD staff will be there to teach the courses. They are specially trained by the ODNR and highly qualified to help you learn. Instructors will cover a range of topics, from conservation, safety, and ethics to the proper handling of shotguns, handguns, bowhunting gear, and more. You should not bring firearms or archery equipment to class – all necessary equipment will be provided.
Once you’ve completed the course work, you will be given a 100-question test which includes a multiple choice questions. A student must score 75% or higher on the test to pass and obtain certification. Hunter education is a requirement for all first-time license buyers in Ohio, except those who hunt with an apprentice license.