Backcountry Hunters & Anglers continues to strengthen and diversify its leadership with the election of Ben O’Brien to BHA’s national board of directors.
Sportsmen and women across North America are rising up in support of public lands and the outdoor opportunities they represent, founding new BHA chapters.
The spring 2017 issue of Backcountry Journal is arriving in BHA members’ mailboxes this week. Here’s a preview for Ammoland readers.
The 2017 BHA North American Rendezvous exceeded all goals and expectations. Thanks to all BHA members for playing a part in this monumental weekend.
At Backcountry Hunters & Anglers’ 6th annual North American Rendezvous, seven sportsman-conservation leaders were awarded BHA’s highest honors.
More than 6,000 hunters, anglers, locavores, conservationists and outdoor recreationists came with their families to western Montana to celebrate BHA.
The Minnesota Backcountry Hunters & Anglers (BHA) recently appointed Aaron Hebeisen to serve on their chapter board. Aaron was born and raised in Minnesota.
A bill to conserve 100,000 Oregon acres passed through a markup in the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
These public lands encompass a wealth of hunting and fishing opportunities, support robust game populations and sustain coldwater fisheries.
The Senate Committee on the Environment and Natural Resources met this afternoon to consider the bill, introduced by Oregon Sen. Arnie Roblan.
BHA strongly criticized the proposal and called on members of Congress to undertake swift, decisive action in support of their constituents.
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers’ members are encouraged to attend Backcountry Hunters & Anglers’ 6th annual North American Rendezvous, April 7 – 9.
America’s national wildlife refuges provide sportsmen with opportunity and access to public lands for hunting and fishing.
Approximately 100,000 acres of Oregon public lands backcountry will be permanently conserved if legislation introduced today in Congress becomes law, announced Backcountry Hunters & Anglers.
Following today’s vote to withdraw Planning 2.0, updated Bureau of Land Management planning policies, BHA offered the following response:
Sportsmen, public landowners in Idaho are uniting in support of public lands, joining together to rally at the Idaho Capitol this Saturday.
Approximately 100,000 acres of Oregon public lands backcountry will be conserved if legislation introduced in Congress becomes law, announced BHA.
Ryan Zinke’s signing late yesterday of a secretarial order expanding public access and hunting and fishing opportunities on U.S. public lands.
Heather Kelly and J.R. Young joined the national board of directors of BHA, bringing passion and expertise in nutrition, adventure and locavore values.
Introduced by Sen. Michael Bennet, the bill would limit development on 172,000 acres of public lands and waters located just west of Carbondale.
BHA today condemned the decision to withdraw the Clean Water Rule improve the nation’s supply of drinking water, restore clarity to the Clean Water Act.
The nature of the suit – and its cost, estimated at $14 million – was roundly criticized by sportsmen groups, including Backcountry Hunters & Anglers.
The Minnesota BHA was recently recognized as BHA’s Chapter of the Month for their efforts to protect northern Minnesota’s BWCAW watershed from mines.
The 6th annual BHA North American Rendezvous – set to take place in Missoula, Montana, April 7-9 – is only six weeks away … and we couldn’t be more excited!
Following today’s introduction of a bipartisan resolution affirming the value of America’s public lands, BHA President, CEO Land Tawney offered a response: