Vermont Statutes Title 10. Conservation and Development, § 4713. Tree stands;  ground blinds

(a) No person shall build, erect, maintain, use, or occupy a permanent or portable tree stand or ground blind for any purpose on any private land in Vermont without landowner permission.

(b) A person building, erecting, or maintaining a tree stand or ground blind shall permanently mark the stand or blind with the owner's name and address.  Marking shall be legible and placed in a manner that enables a person to read it conveniently and easily.  This subsection shall not apply to a landowner building, erecting, or maintaining a tree stand or ground blind on his or her own land.


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