Gaining access to private ground is tough no matter where you hunt.
Here in Montana, many private landowners allow public access for hunting through the state’s Block Management Access program (BMA). By enrolling in BMA, landowners let folks like you and me hunt their property at no cost to the hunter. The program benefits everyone, resident or nonresident, and opportunities range from pronghorn to elk to mallards to turkeys.
It’s pretty damn cool, and in my opinion, enrolled landowners don’t get the recognition they deserve from those of us who use it.
To say thank you, MeatEater is partnering with the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership to hold the first Montana Farm and Ranch Hunter Appreciation Sweepstakes. Our favorite gear is included in the raffle—Weatherby rifles, Yeti cooler, First Lite kit, STIHL chainsaw, FHF bino harness, Benchmade knife, and more. All proceeds from the raffle will be used to purchase important equipment for landowners who participate in the Montana BMA program.
Head over to TRCP and learn how you can win some seriously awesome products from some of our favorite brands while supporting a great cause.