Volunteers from Oregon and across the northwest have been gathering for a rendezvous in Oregon for 30 years! It’s a wonderful opportunity for volunteers to come together family-reunion style for a two-day work project. They camp and catch up with folks they haven’t seen in a while, all while getting great things done for elk and elk country. Check out what the volunteers did this year on the Malheur National Forest in RMEF Films The Oregon Rendezvous.
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