NH: Fish and Game Commission Working to Strengthen Protections for Landowners

CONCORD, N.H. — By unanimous vote at its August 17 meeting, the
New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission will continue its work with
members of the Legislature, other state agencies and interested
organizations to strengthen protections in state law for landowners
who leave their land open for recreational activities in New
Hampshire.

The Commission and the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department
have been working actively with State Representative Gene Chandler
and State Senator Andy Sanborn to review options that would
increase protection for landowners while maintaining access.

“Everyone who walks on a piece of private land in the state
should be concerned about the potential loss of access,” said Glenn
Normandeau Executive Director of the N.H. Fish and Game
Department.

For more information about the New Hampshire Fish and Game
Commission, visit
http://www.wildnh.com/Inside_FandG/commission.htm.

 

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