Minnesota Department of Natural Resources General Geographic Data License Agreement:
1) The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MNDNR) grants to you a non-exclusive,
non-sublicensable, license to use these digital data.
This license agreement applies to all digital data acquired from DNR staff,
FTP sites, or other internet-based delivery systems.
In the event that another license agreement issued by DNR staff is explicitly
associated with a particular data set, the terms of the other license agreement
prevail, and the terms expressed in this more general license agreement are nullified.
2) The MNDNR makes no representations about the suitability of these data for any
purpose. The data are provided 'as is' without express or implied warranties,
including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose or
3) MNDNR is not obligated to provide updates to these data in the event that newer
versions become available. MNDNR provides documentation when available through established
4) The user relieves the MNDNR and its respective officers, agents and employees of,
any liability for any and all damages resulting from use or mis-use of these data
including, but not limited to:
a) incidental, consequential, special or indirect damages of any sort, whether arising in tort,
contract or otherwise, even if MNDNR has been informed of the possibility of such damages, or
b) for any claim by any other party. Furthermore, in States that do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, you may not use these data.
5) When these data are used in the development of digital or analog (hardcopy) products,
MNDNR must be acknowledged as having contributed data to the development of the product.
6) Although the use of these data are not restricted, they may not be sold commercially or privately,
without the written permission of MNDNR.
All map data contained in this file representing State Wildlife Management Area (WMA) boundaries and Parking Areas are general and at this scale DO NOT accurately represent the actual legal boundaries or legal access to these areas, and thus should be used for reference only.
The user of this GPS data needs to verify public land boundaries by observing boundary signs and contacting local DNR Wildlife offices for the actual location of WMA boundaries.