Electronic Posting Pilot Study in Ramsey, Richland and Slope Counties
Hunters in Ramsey, Richland and Slope counties are encouraged to use the North Dakota Game and Fish Department's online map resources this fall to evaluate electronic posting, a pilot study that was authorized by the 2019 state legislature.
A benefit of electronic posting is the ability for hunters to determine a point of contact for the landowner, or authorized individual who posted the land. Point of contact is included on the Department's PLOTS Guide Viewer map service application.
Hunters are reminded to be respectful of landowners and be mindful of their daily schedules, as farmers will be busy with fall duties, including harvesting crops, moving cattle and hauling bales.
Hunters using the application will help evaluate electronic posting as an option for landowners to post land into the future. The electronic posting study will conclude with a brief survey. The information collected will help the North Dakota Legislature's Interim Natural Resources Committee determine the usability of the electronic posting application and provide direction for changes required to existing law.
A total of 79 landowners in the three counties are participating in the pilot study by electronically posting their land, totaling 268 parcels and 38,600 acres.
More information on electronic posting is available by visiting the Game and Fish website.