MISSOULA, Mont. — The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, GOHUNT, Randy Newberg and Corey Jacobsen, as partners, are proud to unveil OutdoorClass, an online learning hub unlike any other for hunters of all experience and skill levels.
“We are excited to be a partner on and announce this cutting-edge educational endeavor designed for hunters,” said Kyle Weaver, RMEF president and CEO. “This platform is centered on instruction and mentorship for those new to hunting as well as nuanced insights and techniques for those who have hunted for decades.”
OutdoorClass will launch with four multi-chapter courses on any device taught by Jacobsen, Newberg, Remi Warren and Jaime Teigen who break down early and late season elk hunting, mule deer hunting and wild game cooking. With many hours of content, this subscription-based offering provides unlimited viewing of all courses.
“Our production value is second to none,” says GOHUNT President and Co-founder Chris Porter. “Besides the skill and knowledge of our experts, our courses use detailed graphics and video to show subscribers exactly what to do, which is so much more valuable than just telling them. This attention to detail is what separates OutdoorClass from anything else that is out there today.”
New courses are slated throughout 2022, taught by experts Ryan Lampers, Brian Call, Hank Shaw and John Barklow. Each course requires weeks of filming and well over 1,500 hours of editing to produce. Over time, OutdoorClass will grow to include backcountry survival skills, marksmanship, E-scouting, drawing tags and hunting multiple species of game, among others.
“Every RMEF member and every elk hunter could benefit from OutdoorClass,” says Newberg, public lands advocate and RMEF life member. “The most valuable investment you can make is in yourself and in your knowledge set. I can think of no better investment for a hunter hungry to keep learning and growing.”
“It’s a one-place platform where people can go and know that they’re going to get expert education from people who are leaders in their categories,” says Jacobsen, 10-time world elk calling champion and RMEF life member.
About the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:
Founded more than 38 years ago and fueled by hunters, RMEF maintains more than 225,000 members and has conserved nearly 8.4 million acres for elk and other wildlife. RMEF also works to open and improve public access, fund and advocate for science-based resource management, and ensure the future of America’s hunting heritage. Discover why “Hunting Is Conservation™” at rmef.org or 800-CALL ELK.