Metro Wire Staff
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources on Wednesday announced all in-person hunter education classes, including archery education classes, begin on April 1.
The DNR has established safety protocols in order to provide the safest possible teaching environment during COVID-19.
Instructors can begin enrolling traditional classes via the GoWild website on Monday, March 15. In-person traditional classes can begin on Thursday, April 1.
Due to COVID restrictions, classes are capped at 50 students. Social distancing, face-coverings, and sanitizing equipment are all class requirements. Hand sanitizer will be available for each class, and classes should be held outside whenever possible, according to the DNR.
More information is available at https://dnr.wisconsin.gov.