The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) honors and reveres its volunteers and members while celebrating its 31st anniversary of land and wildlife conservation work.
From prescribed burning and noxious weed treatments to forest restoration, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation awarded grants that will fund 15 conservation projects benefitting 8,760 acres of vital….
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is proud to support and celebrate the first-ever National Archery Day set to take place on May 9, 2015.
New statistics recently released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) show hunters and anglers generated $1.1 billion in 2014.
The Conservation Fund and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) worked together with a conservation-minded family and key partners to permanently protect 3,239 acres of working ranch lands and…..
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation offers its sincere gratitude and congratulations to Staff Sergeant Patrick Zeigler of Rochester, Minn. Accompanied by wife Jessica and son Liam, Zeigler received…..
Booth sales are now open for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s newly revamped Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Exposition, presented by Cabela’s.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation awarded grants to fund 20 conservation projects that will improve more than 23,000 acres of wildlife habitat in the state of Oregon.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation distributed nearly $1.7 million in TFE funding in 2014 toward its mission priorities of permanent land protection, habitat stewardship, elk restoration & hunting heritage
Regional Director for the RMEF and its West Virginia State Chapter President Brian Satterfield presented a Seed Grant check in the amount of $50,000 to the West Virginia DNR.
Iraqi veteran, husband, father and Fort Hood shooting survivor Patrick Zeigler shares his tale of recovery, strength and determination on the Outdoor Channel TV series, “RMEF Team Elk.”
Wildlife and land conservation are the big winners thanks to a recent special gathering sponsored by Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation in Tucson, Arizona.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is pleased to announce that it has closed the deal on seven different land projects in four states that permanently protect and conserve 10,565 acres of elk habitat.
For the sixth year in a row, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation surpassed its record membership level from the previous year, now totaling 205,249 members.
Season five of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s award-winning television show, RMEF Team Elk presented by Cabela’s, features new episodes in elk country highlighting hunts for big bulls, etc…
Fresh off closing out a highly successful national convention, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is setting a course toward 2015 with a goal of better carrying out its mission.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation wants to recognize and show appreciation for its 2014 Access Elk Country initiative charter sponsors Sitka, Sportsman’s Guide, Kimber and Bushnell.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is mourning the loss of Tom Baker, a former RMEF volunteer and member who spearheaded elk reintroduction in the state of Kentucky.
The RMEF, USFWS and State of Wyoming have collectively filed a notice of appeal in the Wyoming wolf case issued by the District Court of the District of Columbia.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is excited to announce that Randy Newberg, one of the most popular public lands hunters in the United States, will join RMEF Team Elk as a featured member.
With just a few days until the curtain rises on the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s 30th annual national convention, all of its scheduled events are either sold out or nearing capacity.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s inaugural expo will take place Dec. 4-7 and be presented by Cabela’s.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation recognized six outstanding student conservation leaders from across the country through its scholarship program by rewarding each of them with a WLA.
There is a 50-50 chance that an elk hunter with ties to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will celebrate NASCAR’s biggest prize in victory lane this weekend.
Grants totaling $451,042 provided by the RMEF will fund more than three dozen habitat enhancement, research, hunting heritage and other conservation outreach projects across the state of Montana.
Sitka Gear is poised to make a donation of $20,000 to help solidify the future of elk hunting, conservation and land access.
Whitetail hunters for decades have employed rattling as an effective hunt strategy during the rut. Now more and more elk hunters are catching on.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation awarded $127,686 in grants to improve wildlife water supplies, enhance elk habitat, fund research and assist youth hunting heritage programs in New Mexico.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is concerned about the continuing rhetoric and political posturing surrounding the wholesale disposal, sale or transfer of federal land holdings.
Leupold & Stevens, Inc., continues as the title sponsor of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s World Elk Calling Championships.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation maintains a ruling that restores federal protections to wolves in Wyoming is basically a technicality that can easily be fixed on Wyoming’s end…
Five world class entertainers who know their way around the country music charts will showcase their talents at the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s national convention, Elk Camp, in Las Vegas.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is excited to announce the acquisition of 988 acres of private elk habitat in south-central Montana which it conveyed to the Helena National Forest.
It’s possible to wander out in the woods and blunder into elk, but if that’s your principal strategy, then you’re probably not destined for great success as an elk hunter…
The RMEF is pleased to announce the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources and Commission will share the 2014 RMEF Conservationist of the Year Award.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has announced $18,205 in funding to be awarded to Illinois for a series of hunting heritage and conservation education outreach projects.