ADF&G Access Defense Unit:
Improving Hunter Access-related Infrastructure

The purpose of this survey is to develop a priority list for future hunter access projects funded by Wildlife Restoration (Pittman-Robertson) grant money. Your input will help us determine the types of facilities hunters/trappers value most and where these facilities would be most beneficial to you, the users. 

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* 1. Do you hunt/trap?

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* 2. How important are the below hunter access improvements to you?

  Very important Somewhat important Not at all important
Motorized multi-use trail maintenance/improvement (existing trails)
Non-motorized multi-use trail maintenance/improvement (existing trails)
Motorized multi-use trail maintenance/improvement (new trails)
Non-motorized multi-use trail maintenance/improvement (new trails)
Informational signage and trail marking
New parking areas
Improvements to existing parking areas (enlargement, trailer turnaround, etc)
Road maintenance at trailheads 
Toilets/outhouses
Americans with Disability Act accessible facilities
Campsites
Public use cabins
Boat Access (launches, docks, etc)
Bridges
Remote airstrip maintenance (brushing, tie-downs, etc)

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* 3. If there are any access improvements not mentioned above that would benefit your hunting/trapping activities, please describe them below.

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* 4. How do you access your hunting/trapping areas? (select all that apply)

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* 5. Please describe any specific locations (or game management units) where you would like to see more hunter access improvements/infrastructure.

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* 6. Do you have a specific, locally supported project in mind that would benefit from hunter access grant money/resources?

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* 7. How did you hear about this survey?

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