Traeger Grill Raffle

The Arizona chapter of BHA is dedicated to preserving access to the public lands that we rely on to recreate--whether hiking, camping, boating, or hunting and fishing, and ensuring future generations have the same hunting and fishing opportunities we've enjoyed. We ask you to support our public lands mission by purchasing raffle entries and sharing this fundraiser with family and friends! 

Buy 10 entries for $25 or 25 entries for $50. For every $50 spent you will be entered into a BONUS RAFFLE for a chance to win a Traeger Scout grill, valued at $300 and perfect for preparing your favorite wild game at camp.

Share this fundraiser: Get 5 entries for posting your raffle link. Friends get 2 entries for using your link. 

Click HERE to buy your tickets! 

Traeger Ironwood 885 - $1,500 Retail Value!

With 650-885 in.2 (0.42-0.57 m2 ) of grilling space, the Traeger Ironwood 885  has the real estate for party-sized orders of T-bones or racks of ribs, with enough room left over to handle those side dishes, too. Traeger’s signature barrel shape creates a vortex of convection. It circulates hot, smoky air around the cooking chamber, surrounding your food with wood-fired heat for even cooking on all sides. Controlling your grill is as easy as pulling out your phone. The WiFIRE® Technology allows you to set and adjust temperatures automatically with recipes downloaded from our Traeger App. 

Thanks to Traeger for this generous donation and ongoing partnership!





Why Support Arizona BHA?

In July our volunteers in partnership with the BLM installed signs to promote responsible OHV use within the Sonoran Desert National Monument. 

The NAU College Club hosted their first rabbit hunt and butchering workshop earlier this year in Flagstaff. 

  • The Chapter was instrumental in highlighting and supporting passage of the Great American Outdoors Act -  bipartisan and bicameral legislation that fully dedicates $900 million to the Land and Water Conservation Fund and addresses the nearly $20 billion in maintenance backlogs on our public lands and waters.