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care of your feet, you will be able to hunt harder and go farther than ever before. RMEF Announces New President and CEO 21st May 2018
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. About the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation: Founded over 30 years ago, fueled by hunters and a membership of more than 227,000 strong, RMEF
05/21/2018 - Elk Network
mule deer without their winter habitat. In 2017, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation joined several other organizations in providing funds to
05/21/2018 - Elk Network
most respected wildlife conservation organization in the country, one that does so much for elk, elk habitat and America’s hunting tradition
05/20/2018 - Elk Network
Can a cow elk have antlers?
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details. (Photo source: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife) RMEF, Department of Interior Talk Conservation in DC 18th May 2018
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habitat. That is what’s going on in Montana. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation provided funding for the habitat stewardship projects—one
05/18/2018 - Elk Network
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Chief Conservation Officer Blake Henning, Government Affairs Director Mark Lambrecht and Board Member Mark
05/18/2018 - Elk Network
58. You can search www.buckknives.com by the steels listed above for knife selections. Montana Volunteers Give Back to RMEF 18th May 2018
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impacts on native wildlife and wildlife habitat. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation maintains that unmanaged horse and burro populations
05/18/2018 - Elk Network
of them are RMEF members and volunteers. Cox is among RMEF’s earliest of members. He got on board back in 1985. Eriksen joined RMEF four
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of the late Bob Torstenson, a RMEF member who had a great love of elk, wild places and spreading the hunting heritage to the next generation
05/17/2018 - Elk Network
the thousands of hours donated by RMEF volunteers. Half of all these fence projects involved RMEF volunteers slipping on leather gloves,
05/17/2018 - Elk Network
regulators and means more of your contribution goes directly to elk, elk country and elk hunting. × This article appears in the Jan/Feb
05/17/2018 - Elk Network
Why did early explorers find large mounds of elk antlers?
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more of an emphasis on recruiting, retaining and reactivating hunters. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is on the front lines of the R3
05/17/2018 - Conservation Visions
Mahoney Speech 2018 RMEF Elk Camp
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other RMEF team members, ensure grant data is tracked and accurately entered into the RMEF data base. Working closely with other RMEF
05/15/2018 - Elk Network
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is again teaming up with the Michigan United Conservation Club to carry out on-the-ground habitat
05/14/2018 - Elk Network
Service and they answered it. Volunteers from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation teamed up with volunteers from other organizations in
05/14/2018 - Elk Network
Volunteers for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation are doing great things! On the Oregon RMEF Facebook page, you can scroll down to a recent
05/13/2018 - Elk Network
Forest of southern Wyoming. “We are working with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Platte Valley
05/13/2018 - Elk Network
WGFD: Help Find Elk Poacher in Wyoming
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It’s an annual affair. And volunteers for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation keep getting it done in the southeastern corner of Washington.
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turning up on the prairies east of the Rocky Mountain Front. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation maintains that grizzlies, like other prey