The 2017 BHA North American Rendezvous exceeded all goals and expectations. Thanks to all BHA members for playing a part in this monumental weekend.
These public lands encompass a wealth of hunting and fishing opportunities, support robust game populations and sustain coldwater fisheries.
America’s national wildlife refuges provide sportsmen with opportunity and access to public lands for hunting and fishing.
Following today’s vote to withdraw Planning 2.0, updated Bureau of Land Management planning policies, BHA offered the following response:
The project permanently protects 471 acres adjacent to the Eagle Cap Wilderness in northeast Oregon and improves access to nearly 23,000 additional acres of surrounding public land.
Sportsmen, public landowners in Idaho are uniting in support of public lands, joining together to rally at the Idaho Capitol this Saturday.
Following today’s introduction of a bipartisan resolution affirming the value of America’s public lands, BHA President, CEO Land Tawney offered a response:
The Michigan DNR today announced that 17 community and DNR parks, trails and sports facilities across the state have been recommended to share $2,289,600.
Following state land board decision to postpone the Elliott’s sale, sportsmen speak up on behalf of Oregon’s oldest state forest.
It is imperative that all sportsmen and women who find it important to keep our Federal lands open to hunting and shooting take this draft plan seriously by reading it and submitting individual commen
Public lands sportsmen today applauded the denial of federal mineral leases in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness watershed.
The most significant change is the establishment of three additional public input periods early to increase transparency, allow for more public involvement.
Wyoming sportsmen today commended a decision to reject a controversial land swap that would result in the loss of public access to thousands of acres.
Hunters, anglers, hikers and those who enjoy other forms of outdoor recreation will benefit from a recent Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation project in Wyoming.
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers condemned ongoing efforts by members of Congress to cater to special interests that contradict the will of public lands users, including sportsmen.
Hundreds of public lands advocates traveled to east-central Wyoming to attend the Casper rally.
People across the country celebrate the hunting and fishing season, the TRCP is celebrating its fourth consecutive 4-star rating from Charity Navigator.
The fall issue of Backcountry Journal is arriving in BHA members’ mailboxes now. Here’s a preview of the new issue: Here’s a preview of the new issue.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation worked with the U.S. Forest Service to purchase a 10-acre tract that permanently protects access to 3,800 acres.
A study mandated by Wyoming state legislators finds that the realities of public land management make transfer an unworkable idea..
The Board of Lake County Commissioners has passed a resolution opposing the effort to transfer or sell national public lands to the state of Colorado or local governments.
Senate Energy Committee bill threatens to authorize bureaucrats to cede control over western state water, property rights & forest management to UN sustainability councils & radical environmentalists.
Committee volunteers are focusing their efforts on public/private land habitat improvements throughout the region.
Dove season in the Black Belt (except for Barbour County) begins Sept. 10 and runs through Oct. 30, then from Dec. 8-Jan. 15.
Just a few pieces of gear from my 2016 Elk Hunting gear bag for OTC archery elk on western public land. From boots, to clothes, arrows & headlamps.