Shouldn’t they be showing public lands?
Did the DNR get permission to show the lands?
Did the DNR put any pressure on the private land owners so they could put the information on the web site?
Hopefully, the information is accurate, otherwise a bunch of hunters will come onto a private landowner’s property looking to hunt only both to be disappointed.
For me, I just don’t like this.
Very interesting. I think a mobile app tied to GPS would make this information even more useful.
Dan - According to the site, the noted areas are Forest Crop Law lands.
Public access for hunting & fishing is a requirement of property designated as such.
The private lands are subsidized by the public via tax breaks and landowners in the program are well aware of the rights they give up because of that; thus the DNR is able to provide such information.