Hunters will be able to get the training they need to head out into the field later this year.
The state’s Department of Natural Resources yesterday reversed course and said it will once again offer in-person hunter safety classes. DNR suspended the classes earlier this year because of the coronavirus. CLICK HERE TO BAG MORE DETAILS.
The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty sued over the decision, saying DNR didn’t have the power to keep the classes canceled after the end of Governor Evers’ Safer at Home order.