Landowner Hunter Access Survey
An Investigation of Private Land Access for Hunting in Alberta
Landowners and hunters play equally vital roles in conservation. It's time to learn more about their essential dynamic—and that starts with what you have to say.
Thank you for your interest in the hunting access on private land surveys and for filling out one of our surveys if you had the opportunity to do so. Check out the infographic to see some of our findings from the landowner survey completed in 2021.
Stay tuned here for more detailed results from the landowner survey, and updated reports and findings from the hunter survey later in 2022.
We look forward to passing along what was learned so landowners and hunters can continue to share their mutual passion for habitat and healthy wildlife populations.
Thank you to our Partners
Thank you to the many partners who helped us design and promote both surveys, including representatives from Alberta Beef Producers, Alberta Crop Sector Working Group, Alberta Environment and Parks, Alberta Fish & Game Association (AFGA), Alberta Professional Outfitters Society (APOS), Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions, University of Alberta, University of Waterloo, and Western Stock Growers’ Association. These surveys have been financially supported by the AFGA-Minister's Special Licence Program, the APOS Wildlife Management Fund, and Cabela’s | Bass Pro Shops.