As part of PERC’s research on engaging private landowners in preserving wildlife migration corridors, we are gathering survey data from various landowners to discover what tools will be most effective in promoting wildlife conservation.
We are conducting surveys across two populations: ranchers in the Upper Yellowstone Watershed and those across the West.
[button title=”Western Landowners Survey” link=”https://www.perc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/West-Migration-Landowner-Survey.pdf”]
[button title=”Upper Yellowstone Watershed Landowners Survey” link=”https://www.perc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Upper-Yellowstone-Migration-Landowner-Survey.pdf”]
Participation in these surveys is voluntary, and respondents may decline to participate or to answer any question. All information is kept fully confidential. Survey data will be used cumulatively, and specific responses may be used as examples but will not be attributed to any individual.
We look forward to incorporating these survey results in our research so that we can better engage private landowners in providing habitat for wildlife while upholding private property rights.