The heart of Montana’s Hunter and Bowhunter Education programs is the corps of dedicated volunteer instructors.
Posted Friday, July 11, 2014
The heart of Montana’s Hunter and Bowhunter Education programs is the corps of dedicated volunteer instructors. They stand as examples of how each hunter should demonstrate ethics, behavior and responsibility to themselves, landowners, other hunters, and the resource. These instructors choose to honor Montana’s hunting heritage and “Pass It On” by sharing their skills, experience, and their love of hunting and Montana’s vast resources with those new to hunting and the outdoor adventure.
Scotti Jo Robinson is Baker’s newest certified volunteer Hunter and Bowhunter instructor. She comes from a long line of hunters including great-grandfather Dennis Travis who himself was a hunters safety instructor. Scotti has been a junior instructor for several years prior to completing her instructor certification. She loves being able to see the enthusiasm in the young hunters’ eyes and is thankful for the opportunity to help young hunters enter the privilege of hunting with knowledge of personal ethics, behavior and responsibility. (MT Fish Wildlife and Parks)