Join us between 6pm and 8pm on Thursday, April 18th at the Copper Club for a wild game potluck. Help us celebrate our hunting and fishing heritage by sharing your harvest, favorite recipes, and experiences.
If you'd like to bring a dish please contact me via email below.
This event is open to the public, so this is also a great opportunity for "venison diplomacy", a chance to highlight the importance of the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation and the value of our hunting and fishing heritage with individuals who also appreciate our public lands, waters, and wildlife, but may have never hunted a day in their life.
There's a lot coming down the pike for us in the Grand Valley - with a commission meeting and Colorado Public Lands Day in May, and a Public Land Owner Film Festival scheduled in early June at Kannah Creek Edgewater.
One reason we are hosting this event is to sign up some folks willing to lead work projects for Colorado Public Lands Day and to identify some folks willing to show up for the commission meeting and to volunteer at the film fest in June.
BHA's strength comes from our members, and events like this help us to grow our strength to advocate more effectively for our collective values. Whether we are advocating for better stream access, public land access, or for protecting migration corridors and critical wildlife habitat - it's our members that make the difference. The more individuals we have willing to put their boots on the ground, to share their voices, and stand up for our public lands, waters, and wildlife the more capable of defending these values we become.
Thank you and see you there!