Archives for September 2018

RMEF, SAF Oppose Yellowstone Grizzly Ruling

Rocky Mountain Elk FoundationSportsmen’s Alliance FoundationMISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation disagree with a judge’s decision to vacate the delisting of the Greater Yellowstone grizzly population by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The ruling places the population back on the endangered species list. [Read more…]

RMEF Seeking Candidates for Regional Director Slot

Rocky Mountain Elk FoundationAR, LA, OK Regional Director

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, (www.rmef.org) a non-profit wildlife habitat conservation organization seeks a performance motivated team player with strong interpersonal skills to engage and manage volunteer activities, event fundraising and major gift fundraising in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma. BS/equivalent degree and 5 years of experience in business, marketing, and fundraising required. Volunteer management experience and a pro-hunting background are critical attributes. Extensive weekday and weekend travel required. Successful applicant will be required to live in Arkansas. Email cover letter and resume to jobs@rmef.org. Closes October 8th. RMEF is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V [Read more…]

MYSTERY RANCH Adds Jeff Simpson to Ambassador Team

Jeff Simpson Mystery RanchBozeman, MT. – MYSTERY RANCH, an industry-leading backpack company, devoted to making mission-specific products is pleased to announce that whitetail deer enthusiast, Jeff Simpson has joined the MR Hunting Ambassador team.

Simpson is an industry veteran with roots in professional photography and marketing via his agency, 39 North LLC. Jeff resides in Kansas where his passion for whitetail deer fits the terrain well. He has worked alongside several other major companies and foundations in the hunting industry and certainly shares similar ideals as to that of MYSTERY RANCH. [Read more…]

Inside the Fall Issue of BHA’s Backcountry Journal

Backcountry Hunters & AnglersThe newest issue of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers’ magazine is available today

MISSOULA, Mont. – The latest edition of BHA’s quarterly publication, Backcountry Journal, is arriving in members’ and distributors’ mailboxes this week. The new issue is loaded with educational and experiential articles about backcountry adventure, the politics of public lands – including BHA’s new campaign to Vote Public Lands and Waters – and just plain fun stuff. From the bayous of Louisiana to the
Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness north of Yellowstone National Park, Backcountry Journal covers the continent. Here’s a taste of what’s inside: [Read more…]

Tree Stand Safety Tips for Hunters

Treestand SafetyMONTPELIER, Vt. – Tree stands get hunters out of sight and smell of wary deer, but they can also get hunters into trouble. Here are some tips from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department to help stay safe and get the most out of your tree stand hunting experience: [Read more…]

Victory Archery Joins BHA as Corporate Partner

Victory Archery LogoBackcountry Hunters & AnglersMISSOULA, Mont. – As bowhunters across North America head afield for challenge and adventure, Victory Archery and Backcountry Hunters & Anglers are launching a corporate partnership that underscores Victory’s commitment to the wild public lands and waters on which its customers depend. [Read more…]