New Mexico officers signal contract to develop searching entry
ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) – New Mexico Wildlife Officials and Land Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard have signed an easement agreement that allows hunters with valid licenses access to state trustee land.
Under this year’s agreement, the Department of Game and Fish will pay the State Land Office $ 800,000 for easement. Wildlife officials also agreed to work with the land agency on $ 200,000 worth of projects aimed at improving access and improving wildlife habitats.
The agreement also provides pilot programs for roadside and roadside camping and backpacking trips. The number of days hunters are allowed to scout on Treuhandland is also extended to two weeks.