The Action Market Research is emailing hunters, on behalf of the Victorian Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions requesting their participation in a survey regarding the economic impact of hunting.
Hunters may have already received an email this week from AMR asking you to complete the survey.
Participation in this survey will help the government determine hunting policy by building a clearer picture of recreational hunting and its economic impact in Victoria.
It is an update of the Department of Environment and Primary Industries’ 2013 economic study on hunting which revealed hunters generated an estimated $439 million state-wide.
The survey will give hunters the opportunity to explain why they hunt, what it does for their mental and physical well-being and more in an anonymous environment.
The results will be important in reflecting the economic impression of hunting on both hunters and the broader community.
If you have not received an email but are interested in contributing, please register via the following survey link - https://actionsurveys.com.au/index.php/898996?lang=en
After you have registered someone from AMR will reach out with an access code for the survey.