Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Missoula, MT whose mission is to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage.
Home to 30 chapters and more than 14,000 members, RMEF has a long conservation history in the Keystone State. Dating back to 1991, RMEF and its partners completed 544 conservation and hunting heritage outreach projects in the state with a combined value of more than $27.6 million. These projects conserved or enhanced 28,160 acres of habitat and opened or improved public access to 10,189 acres.
“For 25 years RMEF has been a leader in permanently protecting the most vital wildlife habitats.”
This 798-acre property provides full access to the public and improves access to neighboring public lands as it adjoins 4,506 acres of State Game Land 100.
This 37-acre parcel provides full access to the public and improves access to neighboring public lands as it adjoins 3,792 acres of State Game Land 311.
FOR THE RECORD
For 25 years RMEF has been a leader in permanently protecting the most vital wildlife habitats. From crucial elk winter and summer ranges to calving grounds RMEF continues a focus on conserving the best of elk country. Additionally, RMEF funds and conducts a variety of projects to improve forage, water, cover and space components of wildlife habitat.