Colorado Needs Hunter Education Instructors

Are you an experienced hunter who likes sharing your knowledge and passion of the outdoors with others? If so, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is looking for qualified instructors to help train the next generation of safe and ethical hunters. For more information about becoming a volunteer instructor, visit CPW’s Hunter Education webpage, or call (303) 291-SAFE.

The testimonial video provides a glimpse into some of the benefits of participating in this rewarding, hunters-teaching-hunters program.

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