HONOLULU — Two new workshops on advanced hunter education and game care will be held simultaneously on the Big Island and Oahu, on January 13, open for free to all hunter-education graduates.
The inaugural workshops will provide hands-on training from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at hunter education classrooms on both islands.
The workshop builds on game-care principles covered in the basic Hunter Education course, and provides real demonstrations on topics including field dressing, deboning, meat preparation and recipes. The workshop is offered in a hands-on, discussion-style format intended to engage participants and promote interaction.
Each workshop is limited to 25 students. People need to pre-register for the workshops, and must have already completed Hunter Education certification. Standbys will be accepted at each location on the day of the workshop. All students attending the workshop will receive certificates of completion.
More information and to register: call 1-866-563-4868 or go to gohunthawaii.ehawaii.gov.