FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CLEVELAND, WI —
CLEVELAND â€“ Lakeshore Technical College and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources are offeringÂ Hunting for Sustainability, a non-credit course geared toward adults who would like toÂ try hunting or learn more about gathering wild berries, mushrooms or nuts, but are not sure how to get started.
"More and more people are interested in harvesting, or taking in some other manner, more things from the wild, organisms that are sustainable if taken with conservation and preservation in mind," says Instructor Jeff Pritzl, Northeast District Wildlife Supervisor for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
Pritzl is leading the class which will be offered at the LTC Cleveland Campus on Wednesday evenings from 6-9 pm from September 18 through October 9. He believes living more sustainably could be a way to experience one of Wisconsin's grand traditions â€”hunting and gathering.
"This course is geared toward adults who would like to try hunting but are not sure how to get started," says Pritzl. "Hunting provides a direct avenue to living connected to the land. However, many people do not have the resources or contacts to explore this option for sustainable living."
The course is an excellent start for those looking forÂ some encouragement, training and more knowledge to hunt and gather correctly, safely and efficiently.Â The cost for the class is $40.66 and more information can be found atÂ http://gotoltc.edu/find-a-class/community-education/index.html.Â To register, call 1.888.GO TO LTC (1.888.468.6582, Ext. 1366)
About Lakeshore Technical College
Each year more than 10,000 people enroll in courses at Lakeshore Technical College. They rely on LTC for job preparation, to earn a degree, upgrade a specialized skill, train as an apprentice, or seek a high school equivalency. LTC faculty and staff meet students where they are in life and help them get one step closer to achieving their goals.<.p>
LTC, a nationally recognized technical college, was recently named a top 10 Bellwether Award finalist. The college was also ranked the #17 trade school in the nation by Forbes, the #3 two-year college in the nation for adult learners by Washington Monthly, #9 in the nation for two-year college educational outcomes by WalletHub.com, and a top-150 two-year college for the fourth consecutive time by the Aspen Institute.
Close to 1,000 students graduate from LTC each year, and LTC’s associate degree graduates earn a median salary of $46,800 per year. In addition to the Cleveland campus, LTC serves students in Manitowoc and Sheboygan, and offers classes at four additional sites throughout the district. Visit LTC at gotoltc.edu.