DNR Offering Multiple Outdoor Skills Classes Statewide
What began as a handful of classes at the Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center in Cadillac has evolved into a statewide opportunity.
The DNR says you can learn, in-depth, about a variety of outdoor topics, from fly fishing to food plots to photography.
About 300 students participated in the DNR’s Outdoor Skills Academy during its first year in 2014.
And by 2018, that number had nearly doubled to almost 600 participants.
The DNR says their classes offer more than just a brief taste of outdoor activities, as at least a full say is spent on teaching the needed skills to get out and try the activities.
And some of the classes offered include one on ice fishing, another on turkey hunting, one on whitetail food plots, and even one on butterfly attraction.
For more information or to register, log onto Michigan.gov/OutdoorSkills.