Board of Directors
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Board members are elected annually by our Board of Directors, to serve as the RMEF’s key policymakers. Board members may serve two, three-year terms. Their primary role is to ensure the RMEF maximizes its charge to protect and enhance elk habitat, restore elk to native ranges, and educate others about wildlife, habitat conservation and our hunting heritage.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation executive staff brings decades of education and expertise to help the RMEF meet and exceed its mission of ensuring the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage.
Field Staff & Volunteer Chairs
The RMEF’s network of field staff and volunteers stretches across North America. If you have an idea for a conservation project, want to know more about our work in your favorite corner of elk country, or if you’re interested in volunteer activities, find a contact here.