The Fur Harvester Education course is a comprehensive study covering all aspects of fur harvest in North Dakota. The course includes both classroom and hands-on activities which include trap handling and sets, hound hunting, predator calling, fur handling, furbearer biology, fur harvest regulations and ethics. Students can receive a certification card which will satisfy other states' requirements for mandatory trapper education. The course is free and takes 16 hours to complete. View List of Available Hunter Education Courses (Includes firearms, bow, and trapping courses.)
Fur Harvester Best Management Practices
The Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies has produced best management practices for fur harvesters brochures on various species.
How to Become a Fur Harvester Education Instructor
Share your knowledge and expertise with all ages and levels of fur hunters and trappers, from beginners to experienced. You do not need to be an experienced trapper to help teach this course. Learn how to become a fur harvester education instructor by contacting education coordinator Jeff Long, Bismarck, 701-328-6322, or email Jeff Long email@example.com.