How much do you want to bet that the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s Habitat Stewardship Program alone has done more wildlife conservation than all anti-hunting groups combined?
This scenic video reveals that the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has been busy with conservation work.
RMEF Habitat Stewardship Program is designed to ensure that elk and other wildlife have healthy habitats in which to live.
Funding comes from RMEF volunteers who raise funds through local chapter events.
At this point, 9,278 conservation and hunting heritage projects have been completed with a combined value more than $953,000,000.
The RMEF’s Habitat Stewardship Program is comprised of three elements: habitat enhancement, wildlife management and research. Financial support for the program comes from RMEF volunteers who raise funds through local chapter events for project grants. The RMEF then works with biologists and land managers to fund projects that will provide wildlife the best bang for the buck.
If you’re not an RMEF member already, please consider becoming one. The organization does very good and effective work for wildlife and outdoorsmen in a lot of areas across the country.