we have a hunter who has been given exclusive hunting rights to hunt our property for the past 7 years. the trade is to take care of any rogue hunting problems and also help with clearing trees, trails, some mowing of plantings, tilling, fencing, etc. that was the deal. the last 2 years what we have experienced is if it benefits his hunting then it gets done, otherwise we don't see him until hunting comes around. upon returning from vacation, i received an email from him telling me he was going to put up some trail cameras, needed to move 2 trees out of his hunting trails, and asked if it was okay to mow a grassy field by the river. i don't like speaking by emails so he was left a message on his cell phone that it was not okay to mow anything until we could speak with him last saturday morning. we were in the city for my injections, and returned on saturday. he had already left. this is what we found; he did remove a tree from a trail, not sure what he did with it, and bulldozed a path (hunting lane) on my neighbors property, of downed trees, pushing them aside in piles, and then brush cut a path.???? MOW????? he brush cut an entire clearing about 1/4 acre or more; a 1/4 acre of what was to be asters and goldenrod, not to mention the crown vetch that was in bloom. in addition, he brush cut a bit of a highway system through a meadow/field to his trail cams, again, cutting down a prolific crown vetch bloom, to be followed by asters and goldenrod......?????? and not to mention the field force of foragers, my honey bees, who didn't get out of the way. these plants, in part, are my honey crop now, and also sustain my bees through winter months. the brush cutting was a shave job. the clearing he shaved, as i said, is typically packed with goldenrod. we will be having a discussion with him this weekend. how would you handle this?