The District monitors the Michigan DNR Hunting Access Program (HAP) The District currently facilitates 2 properties in Midland County.
HAP is a incentive program to encourage landowners to provide access of their private properties for hunters.
The program was originally established in 1977, and since then it has grown to encompass the entire Lower Peninsula and the eastern Upper Peninsula.
Hunting brings more than $2.3 billion into Michigan's economy, creating a cycle that provides quality hunting and contributes to the professional management of the state's natural resources.
Buy your hunting license today and be part of the economic boom! To learn more about HAP, visit MDNR: Hunting Access Program.
For hunting locations visit MI.Hunt.com.
For more information and how to apply for HAP in Midland County, Contact the District directly.