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Feb 22, 2016

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On this episode of Gritty Bowmen we hang out with our ginger friends, Land Tawney and Ty Stubblefield of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. This was my first chance to meet Land and it was a pleasure. Land Tawney is the Executive Director Backcountry Hunters and Anglers or BHA. And through BHA, Land fights to keep public lands public. And in case you’re wondering… Land is his real name--not his “show” name.

Ty Stubblefield is BHA Chapter Coordinator. Ty knows that hunters and fisherman are true conservationists and stewards of our lands. When Ty isn’t fighting for conservation causes he can be found in the wild places he loves with bow or fly-pole in hand. BHA understands that our public lands are not free and must be fought for.

I’m proud to call these ginger dudes friends.

If you’re not already, become a member of BHA today. And as a member, try to attend the annual BHA rendezvous this year, 2016, in Missoula, Montana on April first through the third. You can learn more about their annual shindig at rendezvous2016.com -- I hope to see you there.

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