Rural Property Rights
Property rights defined by Washington State Supreme Court Justice Richard B. Sanders in 1997: “Property in a thing consists not merely in its ownership and possession, but in the unrestricted right of use, enjoyment, and disposal. Anything which destroys any of the elements of property, to that extent, destroys the property itself. The substantial value of property lies in its use. If the right of use be denied, the value of the property is annihilated and ownership is rendered a barren right.”
Serving sportsmen, ranchers, farmers, timberland managers and others who own or lease rural land:
This organization is organized exclusively for protection and promotion of rural landowner and leaseholder rights to enjoy their land as they see fit.
In many parts of Mississippi, land owners, lease holders, their guest hunters, and the general public often are affected by the poor conduct of some dog-deer hunters and their dogs. Our association seeks to reduce or eliminate the inconsiderate behavior of the few dog-deer hunters who give all hunters a bad reputation when they do things such as:
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HNF permit system info
For information on joining or paying for membership, visit our Membership page:
USFS Executive Summary, Georgia Dog-Deer Hunting Study
Georgia Dog-Deer Hunting Study [Tasks 1-3]
Georgia Dog-Deer Hunting Study (Task 4]
Kisatchie National Forest deer dog ban legal opinion (December 2018)
MDWFP 2016-2017 Deer Hunter Survey Results
CFEDH Incident Report
CFEDH Road Hunting Paper (2015)Dog-Deer Hunting Articles
Submit an Incident Report
For incidents involving dogs, deer-dog hunters, or both.
You do not have to have caught the dog and you do not have to be in HNF permit system area. This is for all deer-dog- and deer-dog-hunter-related problems.