Fire, Grasses, and Beers Pint Night
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July 10
Starting at 6pm
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Momma's Mustard, Pickles, & BBQ
Louisville, KY

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event_title: Fire, Grasses, and Beers Pint Night

event_time_zone: America/New_York

event_start: July 10, 2024 18:00

event_duration: 180

event_end: July 10, 2024 21:00

event_address: 102 Bauer Ave, Louisville, KY 40207, United States

event_description: Have you ever wanted to be part of a prescribed burn or have you wondered about how fire can be implemented to help improve the landscape? This is the Pint Night for you! On Wednesday, July 10th, we’ll be meeting at Momma’s Mustard,Pickles & BBQ in St. Matthews for the July Pint Night. This will be a great night of food, drinks and talks of habitat improvement with a heavy emphasis on prescribed burns. Biologists from KDFWR will be teaching about how fire can help improve the landscape and create better habitat for all species, not just game species. If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about prescribed burns, how to be part of a burn team, or you just want to learn more about habitat improvement, then come on out!During pre-European settlement of Kentucky, it has been estimated that most of the state was on fire every 3-10 years. This created an ecosystem that was fire dependent, where everything from songbirds, insects, to bison and elk thrived. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, Kentucky Division of Forestry and the Kentucky Prescribed Fire Council are attempting to bring fire back to the landscape. Come to this Pint Night and learn about the benefits of fire and how you can become more involved in restoring Kentucky’s natural history.We will also have some speakers who will be teaching about native grasses and how they can be implemented and used on the landscape to improve habitat for all wildlife.As are all of our Pint Nights, this will be a casual, fun way to meet fellow hunters and anglers, swap stories and learn about BHA and our mission to conserve public lands and waters. BHA members advocate for public hunting and fishing and we work to maintain and improve access to places to hunt and fish. We also speak up for wildlife, guided by the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation. Finally, we believe in and advocate for fair chase in pursuit of fish and game. If those ideals resonate with you, please come join us to learn more and maybe become part of BHA. This event is open to all and is nationally sponsored by our friends at ONX Hunt, who will provide a free, one-year OnX Single State Premium Membership for the first 15 attendees who initiate or renew a BHA membership at this event.RSVP below so we know youre coming and we will see ya there!

Fire, Grasses, and Beers Pint Night

Have you ever wanted to be part of a prescribed burn or have you wondered about how fire can be implemented to help improve the landscape? This is the Pint Night for you! On Wednesday, July 10th, we’ll be meeting at Momma’s Mustard,Pickles & BBQ in St. Matthews for the July Pint Night. This will be a great night of food, drinks and talks of habitat improvement with a heavy emphasis on prescribed burns. Biologists from KDFWR will be teaching about how fire can help improve the landscape and create better habitat for all species, not just game species. If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about prescribed burns, how to be part of a burn team, or you just want to learn more about habitat improvement, then come on out!

During pre-European settlement of Kentucky, it has been estimated that most of the state was on fire every 3-10 years. This created an ecosystem that was fire dependent, where everything from songbirds, insects, to bison and elk thrived. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, Kentucky Division of Forestry and the Kentucky Prescribed Fire Council are attempting to bring fire back to the landscape. Come to this Pint Night and learn about the benefits of fire and how you can become more involved in restoring Kentucky’s natural history.

We will also have some speakers who will be teaching about native grasses and how they can be implemented and used on the landscape to improve habitat for all wildlife.

As are all of our Pint Nights, this will be a casual, fun way to meet fellow hunters and anglers, swap stories and learn about BHA and our mission to conserve public lands and waters. BHA members advocate for public hunting and fishing and we work to maintain and improve access to places to hunt and fish. We also speak up for wildlife, guided by the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation. Finally, we believe in and advocate for fair chase in pursuit of fish and game. If those ideals resonate with you, please come join us to learn more and maybe become part of BHA. This event is open to all and is nationally sponsored by our friends at ONX Hunt, who will provide a free, one-year OnX Single State Premium Membership for the first 15 attendees who initiate or renew a BHA membership at this event.

RSVP below so we know you're coming and we will see ya there!

WHEN
July 10, 2024 at 6:00pm - 9pm
WHERE
Momma's Mustard, Pickles, & BBQ
102 Bauer Ave
Louisville, KY 40207
United States
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Derek Towles ·
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