Sure, there’s no doubt that America is not without its challenges and struggles but it remains the greatest country in the world today. How did we persevere to this point? Through the hard work, willpower and contributions of so many workers across our historic and vast landscape.
September 5th marks Labor Day—a holiday that dates back to the late 1800s. Ironically, most of us celebrate it by not working but it gives us a chance to close out summer with a campout, cookout, family outing or other recreational activity before our children go back to school in full swing.
Let us pause this Labor Day to recognize and celebrate the sacrifice and dedication of those who came before us. As members of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, we too recognize those who came before us within our own organization. We are grateful for their contributions and for all the hard working volunteers as we assist each other in carrying out our shared mission to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage. It is indeed a noble effort.
Thank you for your support. Thank you for your passion. Thank you for your dedication. Together, we continue to do valiant work in furthering this great conservation cause.