Lafayette, Ind. (AP) – The Indiana Department of Natural
Resources will conduct hunter education classes in the Lafayette
area beginning in September.
The 10-hour course covers firearm safety, wildlife conservation,
game care, survival, first aid and ethics. Anyone born after Dec.
31, 1986, must successfully complete a DNR hunter education class
to buy a hunting license.
The courses will be held Sept. 10-11, Oct. 15-16 and Nov. 5-6 at
Arrows III and Tackle Too in Lafayette.