Buzz Hettick, Co-Chair
Buzz was born in Missoula, Montana and grew up hunting, fishing, and trapping in western Montana with his parents, grandparents and brother. Elk and deer hunting were always the focus, but mountain goats, moose, and bighorn sheep provided some great backcountry adventures.
Buzz attended college at the University of Montana and received a Bachelors in Forestry Resource Management. While attending college, he also worked for Region 1 of the U.S. Forest Service at several ranger districts. From 1998-2000 he worked for the School of Forestry as a Project Manager, overseeing a large contract with Turner Enterprises as a Riparian/Wetland Manager. Currently he is working for the Forest Service's Rocky Mountain Research Station.
In 2000, Buzz and his wife, Patricia, moved to Laramie, Wyoming and are enjoying the great hunting and fishing opportunities Wyoming has to offer. Buzz also enjoys the challenge of hunting new species and states all across the West. Hunting adventures have taken him from near the Arctic Circle to within a mile of the Mexican border.
Trevor Herrman, Treasurer
Trevor Herrman grew up on a dairy farm in northwestern Wisconsin. It was a beautiful area, surrounded by lakes, trout streams, and abundant amounts of wildlife to chase in the woods. Trevor has always been drawn to the western states and dreamed of spending time in the mountains of Wyoming. In the summer of 2012, Trevor took a job in the Cheyenne area and his dreams of living and hunting the West came true.
While living in Wisconsin, Trevor was involved as a mentor in youth hunts through the National Wild Turkey Foundation and was involved in various conservation projects. Upon moving to Wyoming, Trevor learned about BHA and was immediately drawn to the organization and its boots-on-the-ground projects. Trevor finds a great deal of satisfaction in getting to see projects through from an idea to completion and knowing that he is helping to make a difference. In his spare time, Trevor enjoys spending time with his wife and young kids and taking them hiking and fishing in the mountains of Wyoming.