Sporting Clays FUNdraiser
Saturday, July 14, 2018
9 am – 2 pm
Rain or Shine
We are pleased to announce that VHEA is making a limited number of full scholarships available for first-time female adult or female youth participants to the September 14-16, 2018 Virginia Hunter Skills Weekend! Scholarships will be awarded on a first-come-first-served basis. If you’re interested in more information about the scholarships click here to contact us.
See our Hunter Skills Weekends page to learn more about the event.
ORDER YOUR NEW VHEA PIN TODAY
Show your support for VHEA by wearing one of our new pins!
These 3/4″ diameter aged brass finish pins feature a sturdy yellow rubber pin back for superior hold on your choice of hat or clothing.
Pins are $5.00 each (plus postage) and can be purchased by contacting J.C. Gaitley, III at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHO WE ARE
The Virginia Hunter Education Association was officially organized in April of 2007 by a core group of volunteer hunter education instructors from across Virginia. We are a 501 (c) (3) non-
There are over 650 instructors in Virginia teaching hunter education in every county throughout the state. They are your neighbors and friends who have a strong desire to pass the hunting heritage to the next generation of hunters. They volunteer their time and knowledge to reach this goal. Each year about 14,000 students complete hunter education through both online and in-person classes. A program milestone was reached in 2007 when the number of Virginia Hunter Education Graduated students exceeded half-
Today there are many other activities that compete for our time and attention. On July 1, 2013, the VDGIF unveiled a new shorter, more interactive course that requires 6–8 classroom hours with interactive activities and hands-
The Virginia Hunter Education Association is working in unison with The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to provide hunter education to the citizens of Virginia. Our goal in forming this association is to improve our abilities as instructors through training, equipment to aid in teaching our classes, and, as time changes, to keep Virginia’s hunter education program at the forefront in the field.
Looking to the future, it is our desire to promote hunting to the next generation of hunters. We teach firearm safety, wildlife management, and ethical behavior to new hunters as they enter our ranks. Together we are continuing the hunting heritage in Virginia.
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