Ensuring the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Celebrating Labor Day 2015

RMEF Family,

America is a great country for many reasons. Among them are sweat, muscle, brainpower, and the social and economic contributions of so many workers across so many different fronts that opened the door to where we are today.

The first Monday in September is a national holiday set aside to recognize and revere those efforts. Labor Day dates back to the late 1800s. Nowadays, we celebrate it with one last cookout, campout, vacation or other family gathering before our kids return to school in full swing.

As Americans and members of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, I hope we all recognize and celebrate the sacrifice, innovation and successful achievement of those who preceded us. At the RMEF we take great pride in being the conservation group of the working men and women of North America. That work ethic made RMEF successful in our land protection and habitat stewardship projects, elk reintroductions, and our hunting heritage outreach efforts.

I want to thank our members and volunteers for your ongoing support that allow us to labor together and carry out work that will have a positive impact on wildlife and landscapes from coast-to-coast for generations to come. Thank you for your time, your financial contributions, your talents and everything you do to help ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage.

Here’s to an even better and brighter future.


David Allen
President and CEO

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