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New landowner access program seeking applicants, deadline May 29

 


Currently, millions of public land acres in Montana are inaccessible. Fish Wildlife & Parks new Public Lands Access Land Agreement encourages landowners to help open up and improve access to these isolated parcels of state and federal land for hunting and fishing. In exchange, landowners can receive a payment and other negotiated improvements.

Landowners who enroll parcels, must also hold the lease for the public land if a lease exists.

Landowners, in collaboration with FWP, determine when, where, and how the public may access public land in accordance with program guidelines including the...



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