Federal Judge Restores Protections To Gray Wolf Populations

A federal judge from Oakland, California has just made a ruling to restore federal protections to Gray wolf populations across the nation. With wolf numbers at an all-time high, some groups including the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation are voicing their opposition to the ruling. Meanwhile, environmental groups are calling for more Endangered Species Act protections. ReadContinue reading “Federal Judge Restores Protections To Gray Wolf Populations”

RMEF Gives $1 Million Toward Wildfire Recovery Efforts

I lived in California for the first 30 years of my life and now live in Colorado. This means that I’ve lived my whole life seeing the devastation caused by wildfires. Entire mountainsides blackened with ash and death, families displaced as their homes burn, and animals with nowhere to go. These tragic scenes happen everyContinue reading “RMEF Gives $1 Million Toward Wildfire Recovery Efforts”

RMEF Grants Over $750,000 to Idaho Conservation Efforts

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is making it clear that they mean business by putting up some big numbers. The organization made an initial donation of $202,550. With the help of their partners, they grew that money to an outstanding $750,639 to help with Idaho conservation efforts. Click below to get more information from AllOutdoor. RMEF GrantsContinue reading “RMEF Grants Over $750,000 to Idaho Conservation Efforts”

RMEF Shells Out $180,000 To Aid Elk Migration Research

One of the keys to preserving our natural resources, more specifically the four-legged ones, is understanding how they move. Migration patterns are key. Knowing where animals are going gives us insights into why they’re going there. Are they moving toward food? Are they moving away from predators or human developments? These are the questions thatContinue reading “RMEF Shells Out $180,000 To Aid Elk Migration Research”

RMEF Gives New Mexico Wildlife a $291,000 Boost

Doing what they do best, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, in conjunction with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (among others) has raised over $290,000. This money is set to benefit wildlife in the Land of Enchantment including elk, wolves, and mule deer. With such an arid climate, volunteers are determined to protectContinue reading “RMEF Gives New Mexico Wildlife a $291,000 Boost”

Oregon Conservation Projects Receive $3.3 Million From RMEF

Over 25 counties in Oregon are about to receive a lot of help. Thanks to the efforts of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, and conservation-minded individuals, Oregon’s natural resources are receiving $3.3 million. Get more details when you click below to head to AllOutdoor. Oregon Conservation Projects ReceiveContinue reading “Oregon Conservation Projects Receive $3.3 Million From RMEF”

Washington Receives $1.9 Million For Conservation From RMEF

I have written more articles for AllOutdoor about the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation than anything else. The organization seems to constantly push toward its conservation goals. Well, yet again, they’ve raised a large amount of money to protect our natural resources, this time in the Evergreen State. Making sure Washington receives its fair share, the RMEF and itsContinue reading “Washington Receives $1.9 Million For Conservation From RMEF”

South Dakota Protects 1,000 Acre Elk Habitat With RMEF

Personally, I wish there was more I could do to protect the beautiful forests and grasslands. Fortunately, I’m not the only person that feels this way. The Jarding family recently partnered up with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to help protect nearly 1,000 acres of Elk habitat in South Dakota. Get the details on OutdoorHub by clickingContinue reading “South Dakota Protects 1,000 Acre Elk Habitat With RMEF”

RMEF Protects 1,000 Acres of Elk Habitat in South Dakota

Our ever-increasing determination to protect our natural resources has just scored another win. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation in collaboration with one conservation-minded family scored that “W.” Thanks to them, nearly 1,000 acres of South Dakota prairie grasses and foothill grassland are now protected. These lands act as a habitat for more than 800 elkContinue reading “RMEF Protects 1,000 Acres of Elk Habitat in South Dakota”

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Volunteers Donate $24M

Conservation efforts cost a lot of money; however, they also require a far more valuable and limited resource: time. Non-profit organizations often rely on the efforts of a large volunteer force to reach their goals, and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has found itself with some of the best. Last year saw RMEF volunteers donateContinue reading “Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Volunteers Donate $24M”