Maine Cooperative Extension would like to understand how you control woodchucks as part of the “Methods to manage woodchucks on your property” project. The project involves collecting information about methods that people have used to control woodchucks (also known as groundhogs) on their property, including reasons why people use or do not use particular methods. We are surveying residents who have interacted with the Cooperative Extension office at the University of Maine.
The survey should take 15-30 minutes to complete. By sharing your stories, you can help us to teach other people about ways to prevent woodchucks from damaging property, including gardens. All responses are valuable to our study and we encourage you to answer all questions. Your participating is voluntary, and your answers are completely anonymous. Please answer questions as openly as possible and do not include your name. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us (email email@example.com).
Thank you for your participation.