Please join us For the First ever Yukon Backcountry Hunters & Anglers pint night. If you are interested in your public lands and waters and want to learn more about current issues and how you can get involved to help preserve them, please join us for a cold pint.
March 7th, Winterlong Brewing, 83 Mount Sima Road, 4-8pm
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers seeks to ensure North America's outdoor heritage of hunting and fishing in a natural setting, through education and work on behalf of wild public lands and waters. We are a large organization with 24 chapters across the US and Canada, involved in all aspects of regional land and water management issues.
North America’s public lands and waters are the lifeblood of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers. These are the cherished wild places that restore our spirits and provide the solace of solitude. They are where we go to challenge ourselves in pursuit of adventure and game.
They are strongholds of important wildlife habitat and fisheries, providing places where a range of animals grow to maturity and thrive.
Our freedom to hunt and fish depends on habitat preservation, responsible use, and fair honest legislation. Wilderness hunting, and fishing deliver a sense of freedom, challenge and solitude that is increasingly trampled by the pressures of growing population, increasing natural resource usage and advancing technology. BHA strives to preserve these wild places and give a united voice to the people who fish and hunt them. BHA members treasure North America's wilderness system and strive to add to it.
Every Yukon resident shares a responsibility for the public lands and waters in Our Territory. It is up to us to defend this heritage and ensure that our legacy of stewardship is handed down to future generations intact. We maintain our longstanding sporting traditions through hard work and a focus.