During the Western Hunting & Conservation Expo, MDF volunteers, chapters were recognized for their efforts for on-the-ground conservation and fundraising.
In addition, three new board members, Jim Lawrence, Ron Ness and Aaron Oelger, were elected to serve on the Mule Deer Foundation board.
The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) applauded today’s announcement by the Department of the Interior that the greater sage-grouse is not warranted for listing under the Endangered Species Act.
The Secretaries of Agriculture and the Interior announced today that Miles Moretti, president of the Mule Deer Foundation (MDF), would join 17 other representatives on the Wildlife and Hunting…..
There’s nothing more important to the future of our hunting heritage than getting kids into the great outdoors, and two Mule Deer Foundation chapters in Colorado recently did their part to……
On February 21, the hard work and dedication of the Mule Deer Foundation’s (MDF) volunteers and chapters were spotlighted during the Volunteer Recognition Event at the Western Hunting &……………
At their February board meeting, the Mule Deer Foundation board of directors added three new members and elected Brian Fienhold as the new board chair and Bethany Erb as the new vice-chair.
Mule Deer Foundation President, Miles Moretti, and Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife CEO, Jon Larson, have officially opened the 2015 Western Hunting and Conservation Expo (WHCE).
One day before the doors opened for the Western Hunting and Conservation Expo, the MDF hosted the WAFWA’s Mule Deer Working Group and a meeting with regional USDA Forest Service staff for discussion.
The Whitetail Prairie property includes intermountain grasslands that are important to deer, elk & numerous other wildlife species as well as mountain stream habitats…
Last Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation that includes a provision to renew tax incentives for conservation easements, policy that is strongly supported by the MDF…
During this Thanksgiving holiday season, the Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) is giving thanks for the many blessings that MDF, mule deer and our great western landscapes have enjoyed this year.
The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) now has an even greater presence in Colorado thanks to the formation of new chapters in Loveland/Fort Collins and Woodland Park.
The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) has added a second regional director in Montana to accommodate the growth of Mule Deer Foundation chapters in the Big Sky State.
A Mule Deer Foundation teen volunteer, Carter Lawrence of Phoenix, Arizona was selected as a Youth Hero of Conservation by Field & Stream in the September issue of the magazine.
The Northern Badlands Chapter of the MDF and the North Dakota Game and Fish Department hosted the seventh annual M.U.L.E.Y. Day Camp on Saturday July 12.
The Mule Deer Foundation has announced that it is actively seeking applications for its regional director position in the state of Wyoming.
The BLM has a new plan regarding public lands that calls for the BLM to prioritize development away from core habitat, but it doesn’t necessarily take that habitat off the table for future development.
During National Volunteer Recognition Week, the Mule Deer Foundation is tipping their hat to the thousands of volunteers that make the organization what it is today…
The Mule Deer Foundation and the U.S. Forest Service recently signed a memorandum of understanding renewing their commitment to work together to improve mule deer conservation efforts…