If you’ve spent time outside hunting, fishing, swimming, or even at the local baseball diamond, you’ve benefited from the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Get the full rundown from Sam Soholt and see how the LWCF is funded and how it helps keep wild places wild.
RMEF Supports Public Lands Legislation
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation supports the Public Lands in Public Hands Act, new legislation introduced to maintain public access to public land by banning [...]
RMEF, Partners Recognized for Oregon Conservation Project
It’s an oldie but a goodie: there is no “I” in team. That mentality helped the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW), Manulife Investment [...]
Nevada Announces Inaugural Moose Hunt
Below is a portion of the Nevada Department of Wildlife’s February Newsletter. After several years of monitoring, information gathering, and data analysis by Department personnel, [...]