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As each outdoor recreation season comes to a close and our hunting, fishing and wildlife watching experiences become memories, it is time for us to remember the landowners who generously helped to make these experiences possible. Remember that access to private land is a privilege provided to us through the generosity of the landowner.
The following are but a few ways to say thanks to those who allow us to access their property. Be thoughtful, considerate, personal and sincere in expressing your appreciation, always treating the landowner, as you would like to be treated. If you are mentoring a young hunter, include thanking the landowner as part of the process.
Remember that access for wildlife related outdoor recreation is a New Hampshire tradition that will only continue if we all follow the basic principle of landowner relations. Treat the landowner as you would like to be treated and treat their land as you would like yours to be treated.