Rocky Mountain Elk Foundationlast updated: November 2010
In 1988, the spirit, enthusiasm and dedication for North America’s wild elk and wild places migrated north across the U.S. border, and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Canada was born. Members, volunteers and staff spent the next 17 years laying the groundwork for the future of Canada’s elk. The Elk Foundation Canada closed its doors at the end of 2005, but ongoing conservation work continues to benefit the country’s elk and other wildlife

Contact Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Contact Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Box 940
Rocky Mountain House, Alberta  T4T 1A7
Phone: (403) 845-6492
Fax: (403) 845-2410

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