Our Kentucky BHA chapter has been working hard to make a positive impact throughout the Bluegrass State!
The KY BHA board represents all corners of Kentucky and quickly replaces any board vacancies. They’ve hosted five stewardship projects in just over month while also assisting the KY Hunters of Color at a pre-dove clay shoot back in mid August. They’re now planning a Conservation Christmas, partnering with other conservation organizations in the Lexington area, AND rounding out 2022 with a Public Lands Film Festival in Maysville on Dec. 3.
The chapter is in tune with any state policies issues that are presented and often leads the charge in educating members and the conservation community regarding any necessary actions. The chapter works side by side with Murray State Collegiate Club leaders, and together, they are taking huge strides in advancing the BHA mission around the state.
Look for more to come out of Kentucky as they’re growing and will be on the forefront of conservation in and around their state!