Conservation Funding to Place Elk Habitat in Public’s Hands

25 Sep
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MISSOULA, Mont.-A recent distribution from the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) will allow the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to carry out the planned transfer of three properties to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The U.S. Department of Interior announced the distribution of $42 million in LWCF funding to all 50 states, territories and…

Greater Sage-Grouse Decision Benefits Elk, Wildlife Habitat, Sportsmen

23 Sep
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MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation lauds a conclusion by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that the Greater sage-grouse does not warrant federal protection under the Endangered Species Act. “This decision is both a testament and evidence of the cooperation of federal and state agencies, ranchers and other private landowners as well as many…

Online Interactive Gear Checklist Now Available for Hunters

17 Sep
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The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation unveiled an interactive, online gear checklist designed to assist hunters be fully prepared as they head afield. “This is the quintessential checklist for the elk hunter,” said Steve Decker, RMEF vice president of Marketing. “It can be customized for the rifle hunter or bowhunter and be adjusted according to the…

Media Representative Needed to Serve on Outreach and Education Technical Committee

08 Sep
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The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council recently revised the charge of its Outreach and Education Technical Committee, which is to assist the Council in meeting the goals of its Strategic Communications Plan by leveraging member knowledge, expertise, and resources to foster network and outreach partnerships across stakeholder groups. Membership has also been restructured to…

NCWRC Seeks Public Affairs Specialist

04 Sep

Position:  Public Affairs Specialist, N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh, N.C. The Public Affairs Specialist for the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is responsible for communications that will increase awareness of and generate support for the agency and for fish and wildlife conservation in North Carolina; broaden awareness of the agency’s policies, science-based programs and collaborative…

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