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The Dryden Trappers Council always welcomes new members, especially youth who are interested in hunting, trapping, fishing and the great outdoors.

Some of the programs the Dryden Trappers Council provides to support youth involvement include;

Youth Trapping Program

Youth between the age of 12 and 15 are eligible to obtain a trapping license.  The license will permit youth to possess, prepare and sell pelts commercially.

To qualify;

  • Youth must be between the age of 12 and 15
  • Resident of Ontario or Canadian citizen
  • Successfully complete the 40 hour Fur Harvest, Fur Management and Conservation Course (FHFMCC)
  • Have written parental/guardian consent
  • Be accompanied/supervised by a licensed trapper 18 years of age or older

The Fur Harvest, Fur Management and Conservation Course provides training with an emphasis on safety, humane trapping techniques and sustainable wildlife management practices.

For more information, please see links below:

 

Dryden High School Scholarship

To support youth, through the Dryden High School, the Dryden Trappers Council provides an annual $500.00 scholarship to a member or son/daughter, grandson/granddaughter of a member in good standing who is continuing on to higher education.

For further information, visit the DTC Scholarship page under “About Us”.

 

Dryden High School Conservation Course

For more information, click here.

 

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