https://www.rmef.org/elk-network/volunteer-work-project-calendar/

Here’s where you can find a work project near you!

Wyoming: Pilot Hill Fence Pull

  • June 2nd at the Pilot Hill Property east of Laramie, Wyoming.
    • Contact Leah Burgess, Senior Conservation Program Mgr., Rocky Mountain Region lburgess@rmef.org

 

South Dakota RMEF Rendezvous

  • June 9th-12th at Custer’s Gulch, ½ mile from Custer State Park in the Black Hills.

 

Idaho RMEF Rendezvous

  • June 9th– 12th Pollock, Idaho, along the Little Salmon River at the Canyon Pines RV Park. Group Rates Available.
  • Gasper Creek work project which includes structure removal, debris pickup and weed pulling. Please make sure to wear appropriate attire.
    • Contact Wayne Brood, North Idaho Regional Director at (280) 310-9584, or Jameson Sharp, South Idaho Regional Director at (280) 316-3898 for more information.

 

Oregon: All Hands All Brands For Public Lands Buck and Pole Project

June 17th-19th at the Sugar Creek Campground in the Ochoco National Forest.

 

Colorado: Golden Gate Canyon Work Project

  • June 25th at Golden Gate Canyon State Park.

 

Oregon RMEF Rendezvous

  • July 20-24th at Lake Creek Camp in Logan Valley.
    • Contact Rex Walters at (541) 601-2592.

 

Colorado: Kremmling Work Project

 

Washington: Oak Creek Wildlife Area

  • August 12th, six miles west of Naches.
    • Contact Rick Barlin at (360) 280-9361 for more info.

 

Washington RMEF Summer Rendezvous

  • August 12th-14th at White Pass
    • Contact Dan Paulson at (360) 275-1975 for more info.

 

Oklahoma: Elk Pack Out

  • November-January at the Witchita Mountain refuge where volunteers will assist successful hunters with packing their elk out.
    • Contact Cole Townsend ctownsend@RMEF.org at for more info.

We know there are other projects yet to take place, we just haven’t heard about them yet! Get them posted here by emailing the location, date, and primary contact to Noah Davis at ndavis@rmef.org.

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