New Chairman, Members Named to RMEF Board

24 Feb
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MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is pleased to announce that natural resource professional and hunter-conservationist Chuck Roady is the new chairman of its Board of Directors. “I am honored to have been selected by my fellow board members to lead a national organization of the great reputation of RMEF that is made up of…

QDMA Announces Openings for Two Senior Management Positions

24 Feb

BOGART, Ga. ­- The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is seeking candidates for two senior management positions to join its rapidly growing team. The positions include a Senior Director of Operations and a Director of Fundraising Programs. The Senior Director of Operations will report directly to the CEO and oversee all internal operations and programs,…

Hovey Smith to Conduct Seminar at Charlie Elliott Center

23 Feb
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Hovey Smith will present an all-day seminar titled, “How to Become an Outdoor Communicator” at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center in Mansfield, Ga., on March 7, starting at 9:00 a.m. This seminar is designed to introduce would-be outdoor communicators to media possibilities including news writing, blogging, radio, video, TV and social media. Space is limited…

RMEF Rockets into Fourth Decade of Conservation Work

19 Feb
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MISSOULA, Mont.—Fresh off celebrating its 30th anniversary, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation enters its fourth decade of existence with record membership for the sixth straight year, another four-star charity rating for transparency and accountability, and topping more than 6.6 million acres of land protected or enhanced. “2014 was a stellar year filled with many accomplishments.…

New Tennessee Record Largemouth a “Mere Formality”

18 Feb
New Tennessee Record Largemouth a "Mere Formality"

Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Regional Biologist Mike Jolley says they have examined Gabe Keen’s pending record largemouth bass (15 lbs. 3 ozs.) caught on Chickamauga Lake near Chattanooga on Friday, Feb. 13. Jolley said, “All went well and I signed the certificate which will go to Nashville for the Chief of Fisheries Bobby Wilson to…

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