RMEF President/CEO David Allen and RMEF Board Member Randy Newberg are touring elk country to raise their voices about the importance of getting educated about conservation and wildlife issues and getting involved with Congress, state agencies and the media. Click here to see the tour schedule and join them.
Ever seen a bull with antlers when all others already shed theirs? Ever wondered why that is?
Representatives from 19 state agencies and two federal agencies recently gathered at RMEF headquarters to discuss a wide variety of issues and challenges regarding elk and elk country.
Quade Robinson was the biggest man in the house! Or at least he felt that way. And who could blame him.
“The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation remains greatly concerned about the growing numbers of wild horses and burros on the landscape and their detrimental impact on wildlife and wildlife habitat. We call on both Congress and the Obama Administration to rein in the population for the sake of our wildlife and wild places.”
“We are grateful for our founders, our dedicated volunteers and members, our conservation partners, and the sportsmen and women who have supported our mission these many years,” said David Allen, RMEF president and CEO.
“We are grateful for our founders, our dedicated volunteers and members, our conservation partners, and the sportsmen and women who have supported our mission these many years,” said David Allen, RMEF president and CEO....
Grant funding provided in 2015 by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation totaling $221,500 will assist with 56 wildlife habitat and research projects across the state of Utah....
“We had a great expo with a lot of positive exhibitor feedback last December. We also learned quite a bit from our first run at a 10-day show so we plan to implement changes to make the 2016 expo bigger and better,” said Steve Decker, RMEF...
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Rock Creek, WA – more than 10,000 acres which is now open for hunters, anglers, hikers and others to enjoy.
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