Leadership Opportunities

In just a few short years the New Mexico Chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers has grown to nearly 500 members strong. And this is only the beginning. With your help we will continue to grow as a force for sustaining the kind of authentic backcountry experience we are determined to pass on to future generations.

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Now Accepting Treasurer Applications

Apply now to play a critical role in our mission to sustain wild lands, wildlife and native fisheries in New Mexico. The NM chapter is accepting applications through Oct. 25 for an organized, responsive and passionate sportsman or woman to help manage our chapter finances. The Treasurer will keep an accurate record of all NM BHA funds received and disbursed, in accordance with the policies and protocols of BHA HQ:

- Submit financial reports and volunteer hours reports as required by our 501(c)3 restrictions;

- Ensure the accuracy and availability of this information to board members and BHA staff for operations, planning and decision-making purposes;

- Complete an event spreadsheet after each event or fundraiser, ensuring cash funds are deposited promptly, and reviewing invoices and reports in a timely manner to facilitate payouts from HQ.

- This position will receive training and support from BHA staff to ensure they have the tools they need to succeed. The Treasurer has board voting privileges and a term of 2 years. The weekly time commitment is an hour or two per week, depending on event schedule, plus monthly board calls.

This is a key position for NM BHA and we hope to find someone who shares our vision and has the requisite skills, so apply now!

The Treasurer has board voting privileges and a term of 2 years. Weekly time commitment: 1-2 hours depending on event schedule, plus monthly board calls.

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Join Our Access Watch Program

lockedgate.JPGNM BHA wants to up our game by finding knowledgeable volunteers in every corner of New Mexico to let us know when your local county commission tries to close a road or a piece of property is improperly closed to the public. Throughout the West, BHA members are the eyes, ears and voices of public lands. Please help us launch this new Access Watch program in the Land of Enchantment – email us at newmexico@backcountryhunters.org.

 

Volunteer Opportunities

If you are interested in being added to our state volunteer list, please send us an email us at newmexico@backcountryhunters.org including your name, email, phone and address. 

 

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