New Mexico Conservation Proposals Receive Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Grants

AmmoLand.com - MISSOULA, Mont. --(Ammoland.com)- Elk and other wildlife in New Mexico need water and foraging areas, and newly announced 2011 grants from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will help provide both in areas across the state. Also receiving RMEF funding is a research project measuring impacts of wolf restoration on elk populations in the Gila National Forest.

MISSOULA, Mont. --(Ammoland.com)- Elk and other wildlife in New Mexico need water and foraging areas, and newly announced 2011 grants from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will help provide both in areas across the state.

Also receiving RMEF funding is a research project measuring impacts of wolf restoration on elk populations in the Gila National Forest.

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Partners for 2011 projects in New Mexico include Bureau of Land Management (BLM), New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Texas Tech University, U.S. Forest Service, other agencies, organizations and landowners.

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