California BHA 2022 Policy Recap

California BHA has been firing on all cylinders in 2022 not only with a record number of stewardship projects, but also on policy matters and advocating in the legislature.

(link to a story map of BHA's Stewardship work on the ground this year)

The Chapter signed 18 policy letters this year, 8 of which were authored by our board, on subjects like the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument, the Chumash National Marine Sanctuary, conservation land priorities for LWCF funding, wild and scenic rivers, migration corridors, opposition to a petition to ban black bear hunting, trespass marijuana cultivation and more.

Read these letters below and help support our work in California by signing up to volunteer or donating today!

About California BHA

The California Chapter of BHA seeks to ensure that North America's outdoor heritage of hunting and fishing is sustained for generations, through education and work on behalf of the state's wild public lands, waters and wildlife.