The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is initiating a study this week to get hunter and landowner opinions on the agency's Private Land Open to Sportsmen program. A company called Responsive Management is conducting the study on behalf of Game and Fish. Licensed hunters, and landowners enrolled in the PLOTS program, may receive a […]

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is initiating a study this week to get hunter and landowner opinions on the agency's Private Land Open to Sportsmen program.

A company called Responsive Management is conducting the study on behalf of Game and Fish.

Licensed hunters, and landowners enrolled in the PLOTS program, may receive a phone call from Responsive Management asking for participation in a survey about hunting PLOTS, or having land enrolled in PLOTS in North Dakota. Selection for participation in the study is random, to maintain a scientifically valid study.

If you receive a call, Game and Fish encourages participation in the study. Answers are kept confidential and will never be associated with a name or license in any way.

If you have any questions about the study, contact Kevin Kading, Game and Fish private land section supervisor, at kkading@nd.gov.