Recently signed legislation created the Hunters Helping Landowners Program, which gives hunters the opportunity to voluntarily enroll and indicate two counties where they would like to hunt antlerless deer on private lands.
Landowners who want to participate in this program to have more antlerless deer harvested from their property can request a list of volunteer antlerless deer hunters in their county.
It is your responsibility as a hunter to obtain the appropriate antlerless deer license(s) to legally harvest antlerless deer on private land. If the landowner has obtained a special private-land permit, then you may become designated in writing as the landowner's authorized designee for harvesting an antlerless deer under a deer management assistance permit or deer damage shooting permit. You must continue to adhere to all deer hunting, firearm and safety rules.