by NRA Staff - Tuesday, February 4, 2014
The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) has announced it will award deserving students with scholarships to attend a Deer Steward course in 2014. High school juniors and seniors, as well as college students, that are interested in a wildlife management career can apply. For each of the in-person Deer Steward Certification Courses offered this year, QDMA will present at least one student with a scholarship to attend free-of-charge.
The Certification Program features three levels of achievement: Deer Steward I, II and III. Level I offers students a comprehensive understanding of herd management, habitat management, hunter management and herd monitoring. Level II includes hands-on field experience and Level III is to be earned through long-term service to QDMA and white-tailed deer.
Applications must be received by March 1, 2014.
For more information, visit QDMA.com.
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