Elk Foundation Donates to Wyoming Projects
Written by Andrew-Rossi on April 17, 2017
Wyoming will benefit from fundraisers around the country that aim to improve public access and protect open spaces in the state.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has awarded nearly $315,000 in grant money to assist with elk research, habitat enhancement, permanent land protection and improving public access in Wyoming.
Grant money will benefit projects and programs in Big Horn, Hot Springs, Park and Washakie counties, among others.
In addition, the Montana-based foundation will continue sponsorship of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Access Yes Program that seeks to secure access for hunters and anglers to private lands across the state.