In 2001, as a result of the Prickly Pear Sportsmen’s Association split, the more environmentally oriented members who had a hand in creating the Montana Fish and Wildlife Conservation Trust, created the Helena Hunters and Anglers Association (HHAA).
HHAA has been part of the Montana Fish and Wildlife Conservation Trust’s citizen advisory board since its inception.
Our HHAA Board is a group of natural resource professionals who have lived in the Helena area for all or most of our lives and are intimately familiar with the landscape surrounding central Montana’s Continental Divide.
We believe that not only are we blessed to live in The Last Best Place, but that we as citizens and sportsmen and women have an obligation to ensure that it remains that way. To that end, we take the time to systematically evaluate proposals that would alter wildlife habitats. And when necessary, HHAA engages in due process to affect the outcome.
We are passionate about maintaining its wild future.
We welcome you to our website, which is still being constructed. Take a look around, check out the issues and linked academic papers, our work on the ground, our events with guest speakers, and if you are interested in joining us or would simply like to contribute to our work, click on the links.
If you would like to reach out to us, click on Contact Us.
Thank you for joining us, here at HHAA.