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RMEF Plugs Conservation on Capitol Hill
RMEF Chief Conservation Officer Blake Henning (left) meets with Senator Steve Daines (R-MT), a member of the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Conservation, [...]
Wyoming Effort to Gather CWD Samples Gets RMEF Assistance
Below is a news release from the Wyoming Game & Fish Department. Hunters are critical to monitoring chronic wasting disease in Wyoming, a fatal disease [...]
Washington Encourages Hunters to Help Reduce Prevalence of Elk Hoof Disease
Below is a news release from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. In the 2021 license year, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife [...]