Volunteers have made the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation one of the most successful wildlife conservation organizations in the world by committing their time, talents and energy to the RMEF’s mission to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage.
RMEF Volunteers have helped to:
- Protect or enhance more than 6.8 million acres
- Open or secure more than 911,000 acres for public access
- Complete more than 10,198 permanent land protection, habitat stewardship, elk restoration, conservation education and hunting heritage projects
To continue this legacy we are asking for your commitment and support. We need volunteers to participate at any level, as you are vital to the mission of the RMEF.
Learn more about joining our team and leaving your legacy in elk country!