Two DGIF employees—a procurement officer and an aquatic biologist—participated in a week-long hunting awareness and conservation course offered by Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow (CLfT) during the week of December 14–18. CLfT is a professional development program designed for student and professional leaders within the natural resource sciences who do not hunt. A blend of interactive classroom discussions and field experience allowed participants to better understand hunting culture and values, as well as explore the role of hunting in conservation. This course was held at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV. For more information, check out the CLfT website.