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 SEPAC: Hunting Policy


SEPAC grants property access to permit holders on approximately 1,600 acres of the farm formerly known as Brush Creek Fish and Wildlife Area. SEPAC is the only Purdue Agricultural Center that permits hunting and access on the farm.

Annual permits are available at no charge. To obtain a permit:

  1. Register online via the SEPAC Hunting Registration Form.
  2. Upon completion of registration, a two-week temporary permit can be printed from your computer.
  3. A regular permit will be mailed to your registered address.

All wildlife species listed in the 2012-2013 Indiana Hunting and Trapping Guide (PDF) will be available to hunt.

Resources:

Temporary No Hunting Area
Effective September 15-December 31, 2012

Overview of Hunting Policy - 2008 (PDF: 29 KB)

Hunting Access Map (PDF: 401 KB)

Hunting Aerial Map (PDF: 255 KB)