The Texas Hunters Education Program (HTEP) is expanding the scope of its educational offerings, offering a full range of hunting activities to more than 3,000 students across the state, from hunting, fishing and trapping, hunting in the park, hunting and trapping on private land and the hunt on the range.
The program launched in February and now has more than 2,000 active students.
The majority of the school’s hunters are high school and college students, according to HSUS.
The first classes have been held at the school since February and are currently held in seven locations across Texas.
These include Dallas, Dallas-Fort Worth, El Paso, Irving, San Antonio, San Marcos and San Marcos.
Students in high school can enroll in classes from the first week of April through the end of the summer.
Hunting is one of the most popular sports in Texas, and hunting has been a cornerstone of the state’s economy.
In 2017, Texas added a new state license to hunt, allowing hunting to be carried out on public lands.
Texas has a population of about 22.6 million, and there are more than 25,000 licensed Texas hunters, according the Texas Department of Agriculture.
Hunters have access to an education program that includes hunting courses, hunting training, target shooting, target lessons, hunting education and shooting practice, among other things.
HSUS said the program is available for high school students, who are not required to take the course.
Texas also offers an expanded hunt education program for hunter safety, including hunter education classes, training and safety gear.
Hunts on private lands and the range are still not included in the HSUS program.
However, the Texas State Department of Natural Resources has expanded the hunting range and its rules to include the range and the public land in the last few years.
In 2018, the State of Texas passed a law to allow hunters to hunt on private property, including private property with a permit.