Landowners and hunters can now zero in on cost-effective hunting lease and timberland liability insurance through the Alabama TREASURE Forest Association (ATFA).
The ATFA’s William Green said he’s excited to introduce his organization’s members to this insurance, which has a $1-million coverage limit per occurrence. There is a $2-million aggregate limit.
“We want our members to have peace of mind when land is leased to a hunting club or when uninvited guests visit their property,” said Green, ATFA’s executive director. “This insurance helps landowners economically protect themselves and their land.”
ATFA’s hunting lease liability insurance covers landowners, hunters leasing land and hunting club members. Insurance assets include greater land leasing flexibility for smaller timber tracts, increased income from land leasing operations, a reduction in the lease’s total cost through broad coverage, condensed paperwork and an expedited lease process.
Timberland liability insurance is also available and protects landowners’ assets from accidents that occur on privately owned timberland tracts. Under common law, landowners are required to provide specific degrees of care to protect invited — and uninvited — individuals on their property.
To learn more, contact Green at firstname.lastname@example.org or (334) 612-5235.
The Alabama TREASURE Forest Association is a partner of the Alabama Farmers Federation.
Become a member at TREASUREForest.org.