I've heard "the law" from both sides but none of them owned CRP/CREP property. I knew you guys would know.
On a side note, does anyone have LynnAppleman's phone number? I have questions I want to ask about the flushing survey in Turbotville and I don't feel like typing them out on my phone. It's more about me and my 1.5 year old GSP than the survey. Please sent the phone number in a PM.
CRP and CREP are on private ground and you need landowner permission. The PGC has a new program designed to open CREP fields to public hunting. The program is just getting off the ground but I think it has good potential.
"The wildlife and it's habitat cannot speak for itself. So we must and we will." Teddy Roosevelt