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Hunting Leases: Considerations and Alternatives for Landowners

Publication Number: P2310
View as PDF: P2310.pdf

Interest is growing in the South and throughout the United States for landowners to provide recreational access to their land for sportsmen and others to hunt, fish, and enjoy other types of outdoor recreation. For many farm, ranch, forest, and other landowners, alternative enterprises may provide an opportunity to sustain their natural resource base, maintain their quality of life, and increase annual profits.

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Authors

Portrait of Dr. Daryl Jones
Extension Professor
natural resource enterprises wildlife habitats management

Your Extension Experts

Portrait of Mr. Bill Hamrick
Senior Extension Associate
Wildlife & Fisheries
Portrait of Dr. Daryl Jones
Extension Professor
natural resource enterprises wildlife habitats management
Portrait of Dr. Wes Neal
Extension/Research Professor
Fisheries Extension
Portrait of Dr. Adam Rohnke
Senior Extension Associate
Urban Wildlife Wildlife and Fisheries Enterprises Mississippi Master Naturalist Program
Portrait of Dr. Bronson Strickland
Extension Professor
Wildlife Management

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