Public Lands Packout: Cash Match from Walton’s and SMH Consultants for Trash Packed Out in Kansas

To help support the Kansas Chapter of BHA’s efforts to pack out public lands trash, Walton’s, Inc. and SMH Consultants will each be donating $5 to Kansas BHA for every bag of trash packed out of public lands in Kansas and recorded through the website submission form here during the month of September (up to $5,000 from each sponsor!).  You can help ensure the generous contribution from our friends at Walton’s and SMH is fully realized by grabbing a bag and picking up public land refuse while you’re in the field or on the trail this September.  This $10 per bag local contribution is being offered IN ADDITION to the $5 per bag contribution offered by First Lite for a $15 per bag contribution to BHA for all trash packed out in Kansas!

Kansas BHA will be collaborating with Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism on more focused events on National Public Lands Day, September 26th, at Cheney and Hillsdale Reservoirs and their state parks.  KDWPT will have equipment at an on-site collection point to haul off all the bags of trash. Trash bags will be donated at these locations by Walton’s. There will be a drawing for incredible prizes at each location and the only way to have your name in the drawing is to pack out at least one bag of trash from the surrounding area and bring it to the collection point!

This September, help us leave your public lands a little better than you found them and raise funds to support our public lands by participating in the Public Land Pack Out!  Share your Pack Out pictures on social media with the #publiclandpackout hashtag and be entered to win a slew of gear from First Lite!

About Kansas BHA

Kansas BHA members value the freedom to hunt, fish, watch birds, trap, hike, camp, and engage in other outdoor pursuits. Our mission is to protect and preserve the few public lands and waters we have within our borders and open access to new public lands.

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