The Montana Hunter Advancement Program will develop a network of highly skilled, ethical, safe hunters that will serve as an example to others and help establish positive relationships with private landowners. RMEF is proud to support this innovative program.

Blake Henning, Chief Conservation Officer Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

This landowner led program provides another tool for farmers and ranchers to use when interacting with hunters.  It is an innovative approach to build cooperation between landowners and sportsmen while also providing better wildlife management opportunities.

Jay Bodner, Director of Natural Resources Montana Stockgrowers Association

The Boone and Crockett Club’s vision is that hunting is crucial to successful wildlife conservation and an ethical, fair chase approach is fundamental to all hunting. The Club is proud to support the Montana Hunter Advancement Program because when it comes to the privilege of accessing private land there is no greater calling card than fair chase and responsible land stewardship.

Keith Balfourd, Director of Marketing Boone and Crockett Club

Though most hunters in Montana are good stewards and responsible hunters, concern over ethics is something we hear every year from both landowners and hunters alike. The Montana Hunter Advancement Program is an innovative solution to improve hunter ethics, while also creatively looking at new access opportunities.

Martha Williams, Director of Fish, Wildlife and Parks

Backcountry Hunters & Anglers is proud to support the Montana Hunter Advancement Program. To support Montana sportsmen and women – and address ongoing challenges to hunter access – we need to seek innovative solutions. By building partnerships with private landowners and elevating the importance of responsible, ethical practices afield, we can work to ensure the future of our great Montana outdoor traditions.

John Sullivan, Chairman of the Montana Chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers

SITKA Gear is proud to support One Montana’s mission to offer advanced hunters education programs. Continual education is crucial to ensuring our way of life as outdoorsmen and women.

Garrett Long, Conservation Director at SITKA Gear Company

Hunters would find more opportunity to hunt on private land if landowners knew they would be courteous, competent, effective, and ethical hunters who respected the property and the landowner. Designed from the perspective of landowners, this course presents an opportunity for hunters to learn about agriculture and issues landowners face and to improve their hunting skills.

Scott Hibbard, Sieben Livestock Company & Common Ground Member

Montana’s hunters and landowners have long been partners in conserving wildlife in our state.  Private landowners want to know that the hunters accessing their land are safe, ethical and effective, and responsible hunters want to be welcome visitors on private land.This innovative program will help ensure that this longstanding partnership between landowners and public hunters continues on into the future.”

Bill Geer, President Montana Wildlife Federation

Jason and Jordan are very down to earth guys who enjoy sharing a serious passion with fellow shooters. Their class is highly entertaining, to say the least, and I really appreciate the patience the 406 Precision team has with all of us and our never-ending questions about setups and certain hardware. Your knowledge about long range shooting and weapons, in general, is impressive.

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