Every piece of a puzzle is important.
In 2018, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation teamed up with the Pennsylvania Game Commission to permanently protect and open access to a 37-acre piece of prime habitat in the heart of state’s elk range.
The Woodring Farm II project is now part of State Game Lands 311, a popular destination for hunters and elk watchers alike.
It’s not very far from the 81-acre Woodring Farm project that closed four years earlier.
And when you combine all 13 of RMEF’s land protection and access projects, both small and not so small, access to Pennsylvania’s lush elk country improves to the tune of more than 10,000 acres.
Since 1984, RMEF and its partners opened or improved public access to more than 1.3 million acres of land.
To learn more about the sites and boundaries of RMEF access projects near you or your favorite hunting area, turn on the RMEF layer in the onX Hunt App.
Plus, use the code R-M-E-F when you sign up for your new onX subscription to receive a 20 percent discount, and a portion of the proceeds benefit RMEF’s mission.