Improving Hunting Access - Conservation Field Notes with Steven Rinella

One of the most serious problems facing public land hunters in the West is the lack of access to many of the large tracts of public lands. Public lands can be rendered inaccessible by adjacent private land owners, but there is a way to fix it. •Sportsmen must travel farther than ever to access public lands.
•Public lands can be rendered inaccessible by adjacent private land owners.
•The federal Open Fields program incentivizes land owners to enable sportsmen access to privately owned lands, including otherwise inaccessible hunting grounds.