Roughly 8.5 million people live in New York City, around 1.5 million of those people live in the Bronx. Blake Mannion is one of four people who he knows that hunt.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s volunteer force of 11,000-strong donated more than $21 million in labor during 2017.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation announced that the Board of Directors has asked Nancy Holland to serve as president and CEO on an interim basis.
RMEF permanently protected key elk habitat in Wisconsin elk country by first acquiring and then conveying a 360-acre inholding to Jackson County Forest.
Riding a wave of conservation success, the RMEF enters 2018 with 227,650 members, marking its ninth consecutive year of record membership growth.
Steve Bullock, State Representative Alan Doane, leaders from RMEF, CSF announced the creation of the Montana Land Access Network.
A new road is now in place and being used by elk hunters and others in northeast New Mexico thanks to funding provided by RMEF.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s 2017 Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Exposition promises to be its largest and best show to date.
The public will continue to have access to 43,000 acres of central Oregon’s prime elk country thanks to a group conservation effort.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is extending and expanding its partnership with the Max McGraw Wildlife Foundation of Dundee, Illinois, and its CLfT program.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is proud to welcome Maven Outdoor Equipment Company on board as an official supporter and conservation partner.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation awarded Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) a $50,000 grant to assist with wolf management in the state of Montana.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is heading to the sunny Southwest to hold its 2018 Elk Camp March 15-18 in Chandler, Arizona.
RMEF and Natural Resources Conservation Service worked with a private landowner to permanently protect 2,132 acres of wildlife habitat in southeast Wyoming.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is free of any and all long-term debt after making the final payment on its headquarters facility.
An additional 766 acres of Pennsylvania elk habitat is now permanently protected and opened to public access thanks to efforts by the RMEF.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation announced today the initiation of a search committee to find a replacement for David Allen, RMEF’s President and CEO.
RMEF was awarded $274,556 in grant funding to assist with research, habitat stewardship work and hunting heritage projects across the state of Idaho.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s online digital platform, the Elk Network, is now available as an app on both Apple and Android platforms.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation partnered with a conservation-minded landowner, CPW and GOCO to permanently protect 524 acres in west-central Colorado.