A northern Wisconsin hunter and entrpreneur may have found one way to reduce conflict in the woods. While the DNR and wildlife groups work to familiarize Hmong with the rules surrounding hunting in Wisconsin, Eric Humbert hit on the idea of a "No Trespassing" sign in English and the Hmong language. The Waupaca County man says it's often difficult to tell whether land is open to hunting, unless it's been properly posted. He views the signs as investment in safety. This will be Humbert's first full year selling the signs during the regular gun-deer season, which starts November 17.