Last month, RMEF volunteers and partners worked to clean up the historic Minam trail and expand access to the newly opened portion of the Minam River Acquisition project.

The landscape-scale conservation project, when fully completed, will open and improve public hunting and recreational access to more than 15,000 acres, and protect critical winter range for a herd of 1,400 elk and vital habitat for a variety of fish and other wildlife, including 114 miles of clear, mountain streams – a truly remarkable win for wildlife, hunters, anglers and the general public.

Learn more about this project and how you can help RMEF close on the final phase –

Special thanks to our RMEF Films partner Eberlestock. Thanks to their commitment to conservation, RMEF is able to tell this story.

Mathews Archery —
Browning Firearms —
Bass Pro Shops/Cabelas —
StealthCam —
Leupold Optics –
Nosler –
Buck Knives —
Danner —
Yeti —
Eberlestock —
Swagger Bipods –
Rocky Mountain Hunting Calls —
Traeger Grills –
Warn Winches –

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