Campfire Conversations are an ongoing series of small, intimate virtual conversations, hosted for our Campfire Circle members, with some of the most interesting folks in and around our public land, water and wildlife.
Join other Campfire Circle members on July 28th at 7pm MT/9pm EST for a conversation with Hal Herring, renowned journalist and longtime host of BHA's Podcast & Blast. This open conversation will allow you to ask Hal questions and enjoy a discussion that's sure to entertain, inform and engage.
Well known within BHA as the host of BHA's podcast, award-winning journalist, and contributing editor at Field & Stream, Hal Herring has written for a wide range of publications including The Atlantic, The Economist and Bugle. He’s a lifelong outdoorsman, mountaineer, hunter and fisherman whose fans have come to expect deeply reported, thought-provoking stories and essays - often imbued with Hal's irreverent sense of humor. Born and raised in north Alabama, Hal lives in Augusta, Montana.
We look forward to your joining us for this fantastic conversation!
You will receive an email with the Zoom link when you RSVP.
BHA's Campfire Circle is a group of dedicated advocates, like you, who choose to donate $1,000 or more per year to ensure that BHA’s campaigns, advocacy and on-the-ground efforts on behalf of our wild public lands, waters and wildlife are sustained. Support from the Campfire Circle (formerly known as Legacy Partners) is crucial to the mission of BHA.