October 21, 2020
How the South Racked Up 174K Acres of Inaccessible Public Land
History has shaped how public lands are now organized and, in some cases, completely isolated by private land.
Five Ways to Unlock Inaccessible Public Lands in the South
These state and federal programs can help to open the 174,000 acres of landlocked public lands we found across Florida, North Carolina, Arkansas, and Tennessee.
September 17, 2020
80,000+ Landlocked Acres in New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey
A new report details the extent of inaccessible public lands in the Mid-Atlantic.
September 9, 2020
Four Ways to Unlock the Mid-Atlantic’s Inaccessible Public Lands
These programs could serve as positive examples for other states with a growing tally of landlocked hunting and fishing areas.
September 8, 2020
The Biggest Difference Between Landlocked Public Lands in the East and West
Hint: Consult your U.S. History books for the answer.
August 4, 2020
300K Acres of Public Land in Minnesota and Wisconsin Are Inaccessible
With today’s signing of the Great American Outdoors Act fully funding nation’s most important access program, new report details the extent of inaccessible public lands in the Upper Midwest
August 3, 2020
How Midwestern Public Lands Were Landlocked by History
Just like in the West, the history of how lands changed hands has contributed to today's public access challenges.
Three Ways to Unlock the Midwest’s Inaccessible Public Lands
These programs could serve as a model for other states with a growing tally of landlocked hunting and fishing areas.
June 25, 2020
How to Report Public Access Challenges and Opportunities
New digital reporting tool created by onX helps users share information to improve public land and water access
October 8, 2019
Finding Landlocked Parcels is the First Step to Creating New Access
While the extent of the challenge is huge, we can’t tackle it unless we face it head-on.
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