Hunting is Conservation
MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation awarded $71,055 in grant funding to bolster hunting heritage outreach and habitat stewardship projects…
MISSOULA, Mont.—The largest nontypical bull elk ever taken in the state of Montana is now on display at the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation filed a joint summary judgement brief supporting a U.S. Fish…
MISSOULA, Mont.—Simply stated, it is all-elk, all-the-time. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is proud to present Randy Newberg and Corey Jacobsen’s Elk Talk Podcast.
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Sheddicted – An RMEF Film
To some, finding a matching 6×6 shed is as big of a deal as loosing an arrow at 20 yards at an elk. But why? What makes shed hunting so special?
Hunters deserve to be proud of their contributions to wildlife, habitat and resource conservation.
Hunting directly accounts for more than a million jobs in America and creates an overall economy of $67 billion per year. Through license sales and excise taxes on hunting equipment, hunters provide the vast majority of funding that allows state wildlife agencies to successfully manage our wildlife resources.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation recognizes predators have a proper place on the landscape. RMEF supports science-based management of all wildlife including wolves, lions, and bears, and fully endorses the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation, which maintains fish and wildlife belong to all citizens and are to be scientifically managed through hunting and other means so all populations can thrive forever.