Join us for the BHA Public Land Owner Film Fest at Rivertons new store in Eagle on July 31 from 5:30pm-8:30pm. We're featuring the films that were selected for the 2019 BHA Public Land Owner Film Tour. These films premiered at the BHA Rendezvous in early May of 2019. So if you missed out on the Rendezvous show, or you want to see the films a second time and bring your friends, this your chance! Beer and other refreshments will be available.
Advanced tickets can be purchased at Rivertons or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited so we suggest purchasing tickets in advance. If we haven't sold out we will be selling tickets at the door.
$25 includes a BHA individual membership ($25 value)
$10 for adults
$5 for kids under 16
We are fortunate to have some incredible public lands in Idaho and BHA is celebrating this by sharing stories from a range of public land users who have been inspired, shaped, and molded by the experiences and opportunities that our public lands make possible. Films will highlight archery hunts, backcountry fly fishing, mule deer migrations, mountain bike fishing trips, and river running to name a few.
The stories contained in each of these films underscore our common ground and common values. Most importantly they demonstrate how our public lands, water, and wildlife shape our lives and identities.
All attendees will receive 1 raffle ticket for a door prize.
Wheelbarrow of Beer and BBQ supplies The winner gets the wheelbarrow and all the stuff inside.
Traeger Grill Summer is prime time for cooking fish and wild game on a Traeger
Mystery Ranch Pack & Gun Scabbard Every hunter could use a high quality backpack and gun scabbard
$100 Gift Card from Rivertons As a dealer of Sitka, Seek Outside and Mystery Ranch and many other high-quality brands, this gift card will give you a great head start on acquiring top-of-the-line gear for your next adventure.
The Four Rivers Field Office of BLM is seeking public comments on a Resource Management Plan (RMP) that will guide the management of nearly 800,000 acres of public land in SW Idaho for the next few decades. This is a HUGE OPPORTUNITY for hunters and anglers to use their voice to help shape public land management decisions. Idaho BHA will provide information about how you can contribute to this process. So come join us, enjoy some great films, maybe win some great gear, and most importantly, learn how you can get involved and contribute to the collective BHA voice on behalf of our public lands, waters, and wildlife.
BHA's strength comes from our members, and events like this help us to grow our strength to advocate more effectively for our collective values. Whether we are advocating for better stream access, public land management, or for protecting migration corridors and critical wildlife habitat - it's our members that make the difference. Our impacts grow with the more individuals we have that are willing to put their boots on the ground, to share their voices, and to stand up for our public lands, waters, and wildlife!