Backcountry Hunters & Anglers kicked off the inaugural Hike to Hunt Challenge this morning with crack-of-dawn treks by BHA members across North America.
Valuable fish and wildlife habitat, unique hunting and fishing opportunities at stake as administration deliberates the future of 27 monuments
The report also analyzes development potential for oil and gas, solar, and wind energy on public lands located within PHMA.
Following Ryan Zinke’s announcement of recommendations that would undermine Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, BHA offered the following response.
Public lands fish and wildlife habitat, public access funding, and hunting opportunities will face severe negative impacts in the administration’s budget.
BHA Alaska chapter is levying criticism against a bill being considered by the state legislature that would enable the state’s seizure of all lands.
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers celebrated a win for public lands sportsmen while acknowledging that the battle over our shared lands and waters continues.
Trump signed an executive order mandating the review of 27 national monuments nationwide launching an unprecedented review by the Interior Department.
A victory was achieved this afternoon when the Oregon state land board voted unanimously to keep the Elliott State Forest under state ownership.
Hunting, fishing business owners and sporting organizations sent a letter to Congress to show their support for national monuments.
A bill that would inhibit the strategic acquisition of public lands and waters for access, recreation and fish and wildlife habitat is drawing strong criticism.
A bill inhibiting the strategic acquisition of public lands, waters for access, recreation and wildlife habitat is drawing strong criticism from BHA.
A bill that would inhibit the strategic acquisition of public lands and waters for access, recreation and fish and wildlife habitat is drawing strong criticism from Backcountry Hunters & Anglers.
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.