Join us for the Grand Valley Public Land Owner Film Fest in the backroom of Edgewater Brewery on June 6th from 6pm to 9pm. We're featuring films from the 2019 Full Draw Film Tour, Rig to Flip, Vitality Films, and Ben Kraushaar. Space is limited so make sure to pick up your tickets here today. If we haven't sold out we will be selling tickets at the door.
We're blessed with incredible access to public lands in the Grand Valley, 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.
"Wheelbarrow Full of Beer" - pretty much what it sounds like
"Tag Soup Package" - turkey season didn't go as planned? We've got your back with the help of some of our great sponsors.
"First Lite Package" - get some great First Lite Gear
"Scott Fly Rods Package" - 40% discount coupon to get you equipped this summer
Attend the event and head to the BHA booth for instructions. Multiple chances to win! No purchase necessary to enter.
So come join us, enjoy some great films, maybe win some great gear, and most importantly, to learn how you can get your boots on the ground here locally with BHA to help us advocate and educate 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 access, or for protecting migration corridors and critical wildlife habitat - it's our members that make the difference. The more individuals we have willing to put their boots on the ground, to share their voices, and stand up for our public lands, waters, and wildlife the more capable of defending these values we become.