Now that the season has come to a close, be sure to drop a message of thanks to the landowners who let you hunt this past year.
It's important not to forget the people who make days afield possible. Send them a card, pull some wild turkey from the freezer and run it by their house; or better yet, stop long enough to enjoy a meal together. Show you value their land and the permission they grant you to use it by helping with off-season chores.
NWTF chapters in Wisconsin annually hold landowner appreciation days. Perhaps this is something your chapter might want to consider. Remembering landowners during the off-season builds friendships that last well beyond the season's close. That camaraderie, in large part, is what the great tradition of wild turkey hunting is all about.