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Beers, Bands and Public Lands

The Grove Plaza, Friday, April 13

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Public lands are a hot-button issue in Idaho, and staple commodities for many who live in the Boise area and like to hike and bike in the surrounding foothills. In the spirit of keeping fences down and endangered species protected, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers—the national conservation group that calls itself "a voice for the silent wilderness"—is hosting a Beers, Bands and Public Lands kickoff event in Boise to celebrate the start of its 2018 National Rendezvous, a three-day party filled with conservation-centric events that will take place Thursday, April 12, through Saturday, April 14. Plans for the brewfest include live music from Lounge on Fire and Tylor & the Train Robbers, plus plenty of beer, a raffle and other fun for all ages. Head down to Grove Plaza Friday to put your money where your boots are.