Nominations for 2023 hunter, archery education awards now open

For the Tomahawk Leader

WISCONSIN – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is currently accepting nominations for its 2023 Hunter Education Instructor of the Year, Hunter Education Group of the Year and Archery Education Instructor of the Year awards.

DNR said current hunter and archery education instructors and hunter education groups that have “significantly advanced hunter safety on a voluntary basis through extraordinary service” are eligible to be nominated.

“Hunter and archery education instructors are often pillars of their community who continue to advance the sport of hunting through providing high-quality safety training to the next generation of hunters,” said DNR Hunter Education Administrative Warden Lt. Michael Weber. “These awards are important so the program can continue to recognize the great work that our instructors and groups do.”

“Extraordinary service can come in various forms, including recruiting new instructors, recruiting new students or hunters, the volume of courses taught or involvement in other activities in their community related to hunter education,” DNR stated.

To nominate an individual or group, download the nomination form on the DNR’s volunteer webpage ( and email the completed form to [email protected] by Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024.

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