Q1 Newsletter from Montana BHA

We’re entering the final stretch of Montana’s legislative session, which is where the majority of our time and focus has been this year. That said, there are things happening outside of Helena too! Here’s our quarterly update and newsletter from your volunteer chapter leaders at Montana BHA. 

Legislative & Policy Update 

If you haven’t already seen them, be sure to watch these three short videos narrated by Ryan Callaghan explaining how decisions are made in Montana that impact our wild public lands, waters and wildlife

Upcoming Events & Event Recaps! 

April 13 - IF4 Screening in Missoula
April 15 - turkey and black bear season opens!
April 22 - 2nd Annual CMR Fence Pull
April 29 - 2nd Annual Logan DNRC cleanup

  • It was freezing cold, but we still made sure to Rally for our Public Lands! Read the recap here!
  • Missed our North American Rendezvous? Get some FOMO by checking this recap!
  • Two Montanans were awarded top honors this year, including our own Stewardship Leader Corey Ellis!
  • We held our first pint night of the year in Three Forks - more social events are coming soon! 
  • There's still time to Win an Adipose Drift Boat
  • Stay tuned for upcoming stewardship events!

Recipe from the Backcountry

Flathead Regional Leader Aaron Agosto and Helena Regional Leader Anne Jolliff cooked up an AMAZING meal to represent Montana in the Wild Game Cook-off at Rendezvous. Check out their Backcountry Bistro recipe here!

Time to Renew!

Is your membership up to date? Right now, if you join or renew, you'll get a FREE Public Land Owner Bison t-shirt!  If you need to check your membership status, head to your member portal

As always, we appreciate our members, thank you for supporting your Montana Chapter, and wish you the best in spring turkey, bear and fishing! If you want to get more involved in policy, stewardship or events, shoot us an email!




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