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Tate is hunting on a Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit, commonly called a (CWMU). The CWMU program gives Landowners an incentive to keep their private lands as wildlife habitat instead of developing them, while sportsmen have more opportunities to take an animal, with fewer hunters to compete with. Our Burt Brothers question tonight is. How many acres of private lands have been opened up to sportsmen because of the CWMU program? Now to find the answer, you'll need to log onto the DWR'S website at wildlife.utah.gov and research the CWMU program. Once you find the answer, find us on Facebook, give us the correct answer and you'll be entered to win a Goal Zero, Guide 10, plus mobile kit. Power your next adventure with the sun. KSL Outdoors, powered by Ford will be right back.