Volunteers are the lifeblood of RMEF. Here’s why they give back.
Rick and I have been volunteers for 20-plus years. I remember my very first exposure to RMEF was at an Elk Camp in Reno in the early 90s. When we left Nevada and moved to Wyoming, we went to our first Big Game Banquet by the Wind River Chapter in Riverton. A few years later we were asked to be on the newly formed Red Canyon Chapter in Lander. We have been volunteering ever since! I think in the beginning we volunteered because our friends did and it was something to do. We continue to volunteer because we believe in the mission. We want our nine grandchildren to be able to enjoy the great outdoors like we do. They love to hunt and fish like us! The great work that RMEF does on the ground will enable my family and yours to carry on family traditions. One other benefit that has come from the last 20-plus years of volunteering is the lifelong friends that we have made! RMEF family rocks!
Cyndie Ridgeway Johnson
Jameson is the newest life member of our RMEF family! This is why we volunteer!
I volunteer for the cause to ensure that my kid and all kids have the opportunities that I have had! I have met and worked with the most amazing group of people from local chapters and every state in this great nation who believe and support the RMEF mission! 2018 is my 23rd year as an RMEF volunteer!
Volunteer Projects and Rendezvous
Committee Volunteer Fundraising Description
Volunteer Recruitment Incentive
Wapiti Wire E-Newsletter
The RMEF sends out Wapiti Wire, our volunteer newsletter, to inform our volunteer members about our conservation and fundraising activities and successes throughout North America.