E. B. Chamberlain, Jr.

Hunter Safety Training In The Federal Aid In Wildlife Restoration Program, With Special Referance To Mandatory Requirements

Like many other activities carried out by State fish and game departments, hunter safety programs began to expand and became a significant activity only after World War II. The late 1940's and early '50's saw substantial increases in numbers of hunters, hunter participation, and overall expansion of State fish and game department programs and budgets. Several States got into hunter safety training in those early years, others are just now beginning. Lack of adequate funding has always been, and likely always will be, a major problem in fish and game management. This problem has been...