BLM Recognizes RMEF

The Bureau of Land Management and US Forest Service recognized the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation last week for their leadership and contributions to wildlife conservation and public lands stewardship. The awards were presented at the 84th North American Wildlife & Natural Resources Conference in Denver. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is a 35-year veteran partner to both agencies and headquartered in Missoula, Montana. They received the Forest Service-BLM 2019 Conservation Partner of the Year Award for sustained outstanding contributions to wildlife conservation and public access across the West.

 

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