• Summer Walk Series


    Overview

    This summer, local Helena Conservation groups will collaborate to host a series of summer education walks. These groups include Lewis and Clark Conservation District, Prickly Pear Land Trust, U.S. Forest Service, Helena Parks & Recreation, the Montana Discovery Foundation, and FWP’s Montana Wild. Every Tuesday starting June 8th through August 17th at 6:00PM MST one or more of the partner agencies will be leading a one-hour outdoor educational walk in the Helena area. Each walk will focus on a natural resource with topics including pollinators, invasive species, water quality, geology, wildlife and more! Locations will vary with each presentation. Attendance is limited to twenty people per walk and signup will be open to the public ten days before each event. Please ensure that you register each member of your party. To ensure a positive experience for all, the age limit is fourth grade or older and children must be supervised by an adult.

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    • Walks will be Tuesdays at 6:00pm and approximately 1 hour long
    • Attendance is limited to 20 people per walk (not 20 groups, 20 people)
    • 4th grade and up
    • Children MUST be supervised by an adult
    Managed And Approved By:

    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

    http://fwp.mt.gov
  • Bowhunter Education Classroom Course


    Overview

    Select this program to view upcoming events and register for the Montana Bowhunter Education Classroom Course. You cannot show up at a Bowhunter Education Classroom Course without registering first.

    Managed And Approved By:

    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

    http://fwp.mt.gov
  • Montana Optional In-Person Bowhunter Ed Field Day


    Overview

    Now that you’re fully Bowhunter Ed certified, are you looking for an in-person, a hands-on, learning experience to complement the online course? Then come join us for a voluntary field day to get that essential in-person, hands-on, experience on such topics as handling archery equipment, live-fire (in many locations), tree stand use, survival techniques, blood trailing, bear aware/ bear spray, and much more.

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    This field day is an optional follow up to the online course. If you have completed the online course, you may purchase a license by visiting the Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks Webpage.

    If you have not yet completed the online course, you may register at Bowhunter-Ed.com

    Managed And Approved By:

    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

    http://fwp.mt.gov
  • Hunter Education Classroom Course


    Overview

    Select this program to view upcoming events and register for the Montana Hunter Education Classroom Course. You cannot show up at a Hunter Education Classroom Course without registering first.

    Managed And Approved By:

    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

    http://fwp.mt.gov
  • Montana Optional In-Person Hunter Ed Field Day


    Overview

    Now that you’re fully certified, are you looking for an in-person, a hands-on, learning experience to complement the online course? Then come join us for a voluntary field day to get that essential in-person, hands-on, experience on such topics as firearm handling, live-fire (in many locations), survival techniques, blood trailing, bear aware/ bear spray, and much more.

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    This field day is an optional follow up to the online course. If you have completed the online course, you may purchase a license by visiting the Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks Webpage.

    If you have not yet completed the online course, you may register at Hunter-Ed.com

    Managed And Approved By:

    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

    http://fwp.mt.gov
  • Montana Snowmobile Avalanche Awareness Class


    Overview

    In partnership with the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center (GNFAC), the Friends of the GNFAC offer free avalanche awareness classes.

    Based in Bozeman, Montana, the GNFAC covers an area of approximately 10,000 square kilometers, including the Bridger, Gallatin, and Madison Ranges, the Lionhead area near West Yellowstone, and the mountains around Cooke City.

    The Friends of the GNFAC is a non-profit with a mission to support avalanche awareness and education through a partnership with the GNFAC. For more information, see http://www.mtavalanche.com/.

    Managed And Approved By:

    Montana State Parks

    http://stateparks.mt.gov/
  • Montana Snowmobile Club Event Calendar


    Overview

    Montana’s Snowmobile Clubs provide many fun and exciting events throughout the year. Browse the listed events and find one to attend.

    Managed And Approved By:

    Montana State Parks

    http://stateparks.mt.gov/
  • Montana Snowmobile Field Safety Education Course


    Overview

    To obtain a snowmobile operator's safety certificate, a person must attend and successfully complete a Montana-approved snowmobile safety education course. Classes are taught by volunteer instructors across the state.

    Those riders who do not possess a valid driver’s license must take and successfully complete a Montana-approved snowmobile safety course for riding on specially-designated roads in Montana.

    Interested in learning more about avalanche safety? Visit Backcountry Ascender for a free online avalanche education tool.

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    Anyone wanting to ride on specially-designated roads must have a driver’s license or a snowmobile safety certificate. Adults must have a motor vehicle driver’s license. Minors must have a Snowmobile Safety education course certificate and be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age and be within eyesight of the minor.

    Managed And Approved By:

    Montana State Parks

    http://stateparks.mt.gov/
  • Wolf Trapping Certification Class


    Overview

    Select this program to view upcoming events and register for the Montana Wolf Trapping Certification Class. You cannot show up at a Wolf Trapping Certification Class without registering first.

    Managed And Approved By:

    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

    http://fwp.mt.gov