This program began with the pilot focus of opening and retaining hunting access to private timberlands in WDFW Regions 5 & 6 with the goal of statewide duplication into areas of need.This adaptable program can be utilized to provide public access for hunting & fishing seasons, spring bear hunting, antler collecting, etc...
Hunting is a key element of the WDFW Elk management plan; this program assists hunters and the WDFW mission of creating healthy and sustainable wildlife populations.
As most pilot programs evolve, Property Watch has developed into 3-areas of focus; (1) Land Access, (2) Assisting with WDFW conservation closures and (3) Assisting the WDFW public access site program.
Program Information Links:(Under Construction, active if underlined)
- Training Information
- Private Land Access
- Conservation Closure Assistance
- Protect WDFW Access Sites
- Clean Up Projects
- Activity and Funding Reports
- Program Sponsors
- Program History
- Project Calendar
- Program Contact Information
You Can Make A Difference!
The Property Watch program needs dedicated volunteers to expand. We are currently looking for key volunteers willing to assist in project leadership.
Contact the Property Watch Program Director: