The Oregon Court of Appeals granted the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s application to file a friend-of-the-Court brief in a lawsuit by animal rights groups…
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation capped 2016 by surpassing seven million acres in lifetime land protection and habitat enhancement projects.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is raising a word of warning about a “quiet” movement in Colorado seeking to place wolves on the landscape.
The new figure marks the eighth consecutive year of record growth. It also marks a 32 percent increase in membership since 2008.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and its conservation partners permanently protected and opened access to 1,453 acres of wildlife and riparian habitat in southwest Washington.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Expo set an all-time combined attendance record of 231,517 at the LVCC.
The Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame recently named Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation co-founder Bob Munson among its 2016 inductees.
Hunters, anglers, hikers and those who enjoy other forms of outdoor recreation will benefit from a recent Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation project in Wyoming.
The Richard Angus Ranch Access Project covers 20,153 acres. It also improves access to two adjacent state land sections covering another 1,280 acres.
From its first project in Montana 28 years ago, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation just surpassed one million acres in lifetime projects.
RMEF worked with a conservation-minded family and the BLM to permanently protect, open access to 5,867 acres of prime wildlife habitat in west-central NM.
From a smorgasbord of hunting and outdoor-related products and activities to more than $80,000 in raffles and prizes, live country music performances, ect.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s World Elk Calling Championships will spend the next three years in both Salt Lake City and Denver.
Thousands of acres of previously difficult to access public land in western Wyoming are now accessible thanks to efforts by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and its partners.
Killed unlawfully in a 2014 poaching spree, one of the largest bull elk in Pennsylvania history is making its way back to the state’s elk range as part of a traveling display of exceptional elk.
New interactive displays and activities will entice sportsmen and women at the 2016 RMEF Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Exposition.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is pleased to announce the promotion of Blake Henning to the newly created position of chief conservation officer.
An ongoing aspen restoration effort in Oregon’s South Warner Mountains marks the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s 10,000th lifetime conservation project.
Beginning August 1st, Bass Pro Shops will show its support for elk, elk habitat and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation for the tenth consecutive year by sponsoring Elk Country Conservation Month.
A 320-acre property in southwestern Montana, vital to wildlife and linked to the pages of U.S. history, is now permanently protected.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation joins the family and friends of country singer Craig Morgan and wife Karen Greer in mourning the passing of their 19-year-old son Jerry Greer.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is excited to announce its 2017 National Convention will take place March 2-4 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Over the last five years, DSC and the DSC Foundation have granted more than $5 million for wildlife conservation, public education and hunter advocacy causes worldwide.
In light of recent legislative efforts seeking the sale or transfer of federal lands to state ownership, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation strongly maintains its opposition to such proposals.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation teamed up with conservation-minded landowners and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to permanently protect vital wildlife habitat in southeast Idaho.