College Students Attend Muster to Celebrate Public Lands

Six students from our Vermont clubs attended BHA's annual Muster in the Mountains in West Kill, NY last weekend. Five students from Saint Michael's College and one student from Castleton University joined nearly 200 BHA members for a celebration of public lands that included an archery shoot, Hike to Hunt course, elk calling contest, seminars, storytelling, and late nights around the fire. Vermont has recently surpassed all other states, boasting the most BHA college clubs.

Photo by Adam Mitchell

A huge thank you to the New York chapter for hosting our students and BHA members. Another thank you to our students (Pat Viles, Brady Neeb, Eddy Viles, Walker Italia, Callum Bronson, and Adam Mitchell) for joining us in New York and for all the work they do throughout the school year to bring our public lands mission to their students and community!

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About Kylie Schumacher

I am the Collegiate Program Coordinator for BHA overseeing all of our college clubs and student members. I'm a mediocre hunter, terrible angler, wild game eater, wannabe chef, and dog mom.

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