Walk In Access Parcels now open according to DNR

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Walk-In Access parcels opened for public hunting on September first, according to the
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The program pays private landowners to allow
public hunting on their land. It’s the program’s tenth season. This year, 28 thousand acres of private land are available in 47 Minnesota counties. The program succeeds because of respectful hunters, according to Walk-In Access program coordinator Troy Dale. “Walk-In Access connects quality private lands with hunters to create a great outdoor experience; whether you are pursuing pheasants, doves, waterfowl, deer or turkeys, you’ll find them great opportunities on these private lands. The Walk-In Access program is a success story
made possible by willing landowners and respectful hunters.” Hunters can participate by paying a three dollar fee with their license – five dollars for nonresidents.  Participating lands can be found at mndnr.gov/walkin. Maps will soon be available wherever hunting licenses are sold.

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