Communications and Policy Coordinator- Fish, Wildlife and Parks Division
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

”Excellent program that is a necessary tool in helping those in conservation related fields understand the broad-spectrum of things at play related to issues within their field. I would be happy to help any way I can through a communications standpoint, whether professionally or personally.”

Wildlife Biologist/Assistant Coordinator- Upper Mississippi River and Great Lakes Region
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Thank you! Each instructor was an amazing and personable person. They were perfect for introducing those of us who were unsure to the hunting culture. Wonderful and respectable people!”  

Regional Office Coordinator- North Central Regional Office
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

“I deal with the public frequently and I never fully considered the scope of ethical decisions hunters are constantly confronted with.”

Professor of Genetics- Forestry and Natural Resources
Purdue University

“CLfT is a formative experience in that it forces students to integrate the biological, sociological, and moral implications of hunting in wildlife management. This experience cannot be offered in a university classroom because there is more than a full semester’s worth of CLfT content condensed into an intensive, week-long workshop.”

Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management

“Beyond the issues surrounding hunting, CLfT university students also gain invaluable insight from established professionals about what the wildlife profession is about, and what they can expect over the course of their careers that is not provided anywhere else in their studies.”

Associate Professor Extension Specialist- Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
Auburn University

“CLfT provides students with an intensive and practical one-on-one learning experience that can’t be matched by Universities wildlife programs. Without question this level of professional training has better equipped our students for the work force.”