Welcome to the Missouri Hunter Education Instructor’s Association (MHEIA) website. We hope that we can be helpful to you in providing information about Missouri’s hunter education program. On this website you will find information on Missouri’s hunter education requirements, hunter orange requirements and how to replace a lost hunter education certification. You can also find a link to statewide hunter education classes through the Missouri Department of Conservation’s website.
Be sure to check our Calendar for hunter education events.
Our Awards and Hall of Fame pages include the names of Missouri instructors and supporters who have given of themselves to make our state program a success. We appreciate the sincere dedication of these many award winners.
MHEIA is the proud sponsor of the Missouri Youth Hunter Education Challenge, including regional events and an annual state championship, that allows hunter education graduates further their knowledge and skills in hunting safety and conservation education.

Mission Statement:

It is the mission of the Missouri Hunter Education Instructor’s Association to support and enhance the hunter education program in Missouri.

2020 Gun Drawing Winners

1- Mark Walka, Ruger 10/22 camp
2- Jerry Bryant, Remington 870 express 12ga. 28” barrel, 3”
3- Jim Shinneman, Stoeger Condor 12ga 28” o/u
4- Jim Shanahan, Marlin 336w 30/30
5- Roma Rayyanu, Remington 870 express 20ga, 26” barrel 3”
6- Jesse Hughes, Ruger American rifle .243
7- Nicholas Shinneman, Remington Super Mag. 12 ga. 28” barrel 3.5”
8- Greg Wolfe, Henry .22 blue
9- Matt McCray, Stoeger Condor youth 20 ga.
10- Tom Yates, Ruger American rifle in 30.06

Missouri Hunter Education Instructors Association 2020 Conference Schedule

Missouri Hunter Education Instructors Association 2020 Conference Schedule Friday, March 27th, 2020    5:30—9:30 PM 5:30—9:00 Conference Registration 6:00—9:30 Silent Auction Opens 6:30—9:30 Hospitality 7:30—8:30 Justin McGuire /MDC ????—???? Cash Bar 9:00 Draw 3 Firearms   Saturday March 28, 2020 7:00—8:00 … Continue reading