Topo maps are the responsibility of the hunter.
Topo maps largely used by deer hunters. They are just one segment of the Association membership that if given topo maps by the Association receive a service greater than the other members. That would be in contravention to our parity policy that some consider we carry to an extreme.
Deer hunters are also hard to please across the range of expectation in terms of what map and aerial photo resolution they prefer to work with. Their interest are better served drawing down their own aerial and topo maps from any of the available free and fee based internet services.
Add to this the Association partners are not the hunters' secretary. The hunter can very well do his own work. That leaves the Association partners more time to acquire better land and to insure the quality of land currently under contract.
All will find that the hunting land maps (road maps) we issue on membership allocation will serve well at navigating on any aerial photo or topo map internet service to find the right land.
None of these hunters required the Association partners holding their hand for success.