The Montana Hunter-Landowner Stewardship Project is an information program for anyone interested in promoting responsible hunter behavior and good hunter-landowner relations in Montana.
The program is delivered through an interactive Web site utilizing questions, videos, and feedback as well as opportunities for you to test your knowledge on a variety of practical topics related to hunter-landowner relations and responsible hunter behavior.
The program is voluntary, and designed to be completed at your own pace, with the Web site enabling you to log on and off at any time, without having to repeat already completed portions. (NOTE: No separate action other than leaving the site is required to save completed work. Upon re-entry of the site, the first two introductory pages will appear, and the program will then begin wherever the participant previously finished. Work will only be saved for up to six months before being deleted if the program is not re-entered.)
Completion of this course may require 3 or more hours, depending upon a person's reading skills, system functions, and working pace. Upon successful completion, you'll be able to print a certificate of completion and, if you would like to keep a record on file, you may upload it to your ALS record kept by FWP. You can also receive a free cap and bumper sticker indicating your participation in the project by sending a copy of your certificate to the following address:
This is phase one of a project that FWP hopes may expand over time to include other features. For now, please enjoy the program, and let us know how we might improve it.
Thanks for your interest! For feedback and questions, please contact:
This program addresses 14 major topics related to hunter-landowner relations. Each topic is presented through a series of 3 pages:
There are 42 pages of content and the page number is listed on top of each page.
When you reach the Certificate of Completion screen at the end of the program, follow the printing instructions. Note: If you make a mistake in printing, you may have to re-take the course to print your certificate.
If you are interested in keeping a completion record on file for future reference, you may do so by submitting this information to FWP's license database (ALS).
We recommend you do this since there's no other way for FWP to retrieve your record. To submit your information to ALS you must have an ALS number. If you don't currently have an ALS number, you may get information about how to get one by calling an FWP office. If you are a nonresident living outside of Montana, the only way to obtain an ALS number is through a license purchase via our online service.
It is necessary to have QuickTime loaded onto your system in order for you to view and complete this program. The exam works best on the following browsers: