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Page 4---JOURNAL OPINION August 23, 2017 4-H leaders earn Fishing program Antlerless deer deadline teaching certifications seeks instructors this week in VT PERKINSVILLE--Six 4-H teen MONTPELIER--TheVermontFish MONTPELIER--The deadline to leaders and six adult volunteers & Wildlife Department is seeking apply for an antlerless deer permit recently earned their certification volunteers who would like to tobeusedduringVermont'sDec.2- to teach discipline-specific skills to become Let's Go Fishing instruc- 10 muzzleloader deer season is Aug. youthswhoparticipate inaformal4- tors. 24. H Shooting Sports project. The department will be hosting a Antlerless deer hunting permit The two-part training workshop one-day training workshop for new applications are on Vermont Fish & took place Aug. 12 and 19 at the instructors on Sept. 23 at the Wildlife's website, and printed indoor and outdoor ranges at the Precision Valley Rod and Gun Club applications are available from Precision Valley Fish and Game in Perkinsville. Instructors in the license agents statewide. Association'srangeinPerkinsville. Let'sGoFishingprogramorganize The Dec. 2-10 muzzleloader Certification was offered in three and instructelinicsintheircommu- season has 24,500 antlerless per- disciplines: archery, rifle and shot- nities for young people and their mits distributed in 18 of Vermont's gun. The University of Vermont families. 21 wildlife management units, Extension 4-H Shooting Sports Participants in the training which is estimated to result in 3,608 Project hosted the training, workshop will learn how to teach a antlerless deer being taken. Land- Karon Given of Brattleboro, basic fishing clinic, in addition to owners who post their land may not served as lead instructor for learning about fishing ethics, aquatic applyforamuzzleloaderlandowner archery.Kenneth, Malissa and Peter ecology, fisheries management, antlerless deer permit. Beaupre, all from Orford and all habitat conservation and tackle New this year, hunters applying adult leaders for the Upper Valley craft. They will also be introduced online for an antlerless permit will Bullseyes4-H Club, became certi- to conducting specialized fishing do so through the online license fiedto teachthis discipline, clinics, including clinics on ice sales system as if they were ZacharyWiUsonofLyndonville, fishing, purchasing a license or a tag using a teen leader for Green Mountain 4- There is no charge for the their conservation ID number. H Shooting Sports, became certi- training, and all curriculum materi- Landowners who do not have a fied in rifle as did adult volunteers, als, as well as lunch, will be conservationIDnumberwillneedto BillBarneyofBennington(Pownal provided. The workshop runs from create a profile through the online Valley Sharpshooters) and Dave 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Registration is license sales system to apply for a True of Lyndonville (Green Moun- required, and you must be 18 years landowner application even if they tain 4-H Shooting Sports). Lead of age to participate. Those inter- do not intend to purchase a hunting instructor was John Fogarty of ested can register through Sept. 16 license. Bradford, whowasassistedbyCraig by calling (802)265-2279 or 4-H TE-EffLEADERS AND ADULTS EARN CERTIFICATION---UniverslW~oated a two- Bottesi, Petersburg, New York. emailing letsgofishing@vennont.gov. day training workshop, Aug. 12 and 19 at the Precision Valley Fish and Game Association's range In Chris Pritchard of Poultney, - Perkineville, to providetraining to teach 4-H shooting sports. Earning certification In the shotgun discipline, served as lead instructor for with their Instructors, were: Front row (from left): Chris Prltchard, Poultney (instructor); Kodi Dyke, shotgun. Assisting him were Jenni_ Piermont, New Hampshire; Kelsea Aldrich, Lyndonville; and Gary Tillotson, Bradford (assistant in=t,uotor). Back row: Steven Aldrich, Lyndonville; Patrick Wilson, Rupert (assistant instructor); Chloe Crawford, North fer 51attcry, North Pownal; Oary Bennington; Zachary Crawford-Smith, Bennington; and Doug Petty, St. Johnsbury. Tillotson of Bradford; and Patrick COURTESY PHOTo Wilson of Rupert. The 4-H teen Moose hunt auction nets $30K leaders who became certifiedinthis MONTPELIER--Vermont's annual auction of five moose hunting Goose season starts next week PUBLIC nEARING discipline were Kelsea Aldrich of permits closed on Aug. 10with$30,761.50takeninfromthefivewinning MONTPELIER--Vermont'sresidentCanadagoosehuntingseasonwill LITZLETON~-Apublichearingwillbe Lyndonville(GreenMountain4-H bids. The auction helps fund educational programs, such as the Green heldOct5at9a.m, at the Littleotn House Shooting Sports); Chloe Crawford Mountain Conservation Camps for youths. be held Sept. 1 through Sept. 25 to help control Vermont s resident Canada Heald Room, 120 Main Street, on the of North Bennington, and Zachary Bids do not include the cost eta huntinglicense and amo~se hunting goosepopulationpriortothearrivalofCanadageesemigratingsouthfrom State of New Hampshire's Ten Year Crawford-Smith of Bermington, permitfee.Winningbidderscanchooseto untinanyo eo Vermont's Canada according. Transportation ImprovementPlan. (both Pownal Valley Sharpshooters Wildlife management units open for moose hunting. TheseasonwillbeopenstatewidewithadailybaglimitoffiveCanada .......... 4-H Club); and Kodi Dyke of TheFish&WildlifeDepartmentheldalotteryJuly29when80moose geese in the Connecticut River Zone and eight in the rest of Vermont. A second Canada goose hunting season for resident and migrant birds will be PUBLIC HEARING Piermont (Upper Valley Bullseyes hunting permit winners were drawn from the more than 4,900 people who PLYMOUTH--Apublic hearing will be 4-H Club). , applied. . , heldOct. 11-Nov. 29 with a daily bag limit ofthree Canada geese in the heldonOct.5at2p.m.attheTownHall, Adult volunteers receivingcer- Hunters are expected to take around 34 moose durmg Vermont s LakeChamplainandlnteriorVermontZones. 6PostOfticeSquare, ontheStateofNew tification in this discipline, listed moose hunting seasons. Archery moose season is Oct. 1-7. Regular IntheConnecticutRiverZone, thesecondCanadagooseseasonwillbe Hampshire's Ten Year Transportation with their club affiliation, were moose season is Oct. 21-26. Wildlife biologists estimate Vermont has Oct. 3 -Nov. 5, and Nov. 22-Dec. 27 with a daily bag limit of three Canada Improvement Plan. Steven Aldrich of Lyndonville, and 2,000 moose statewide. geese. Doug Petty of St. Johnsbury (both PUBLIC HEARING with Green Mountain 4-H Shooting LACONIA--A public hearing will be Sports). held Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. at City Council To learn more about the Ver- Chambers, 45 Beacon Street East, mont4-H Shooting Sports Project Laconia, on the State of New Hampshire' s Ten Year Transportation Improvement contact Lisa Muzzey, UVM Exten- Plan. sion 4-H educator, at (802)885- 8386, (800)278-5471 or lisa.muzzey@~vm.edu. Due to the Labor Day holiday, the dead- line for all ads and editorial copy for the Sept. 6 issue of the Journal Opinion will be Thursday, Aug. 31 at 5 p.m. Our office will be closed Monday, Sept. 4. AN AWARD-WINNING INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER A weekly newspaper published in Bradford, Vermont. Subscription rates-- Vermont and New 1 lampshire--$28 per year, $18 for six months; out-of-state $35 per year, $22 for six months; senior citizen's discount $3. Second class postage paid at Bradford, Vermont. 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