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Save the Lifestyle

Save the Lifestyle

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Conservation is very important to our company, but we've recently taken a more active role in another very important part of our culture—connecting people with the outdoors. With the ever-declining participation in hunting since the 1980s, we are ready to do all we can as a company to join the fight to make a change. It's a complex problem with no "silver bullet" solution, but if we all work together doing something positive, we will see results. If all of us could mentor one new potential hunter, we can make a difference.

For us, hunting is an important part of our lifestyle and heritage, but we really are just as interested in getting more people outside. It could be asking them to help check trail cameras, shed hunting, food plot preparation, or recreational shooting. It could also be fishing, camping, and hunting for mushrooms. We have a responsibility to teach others about the enjoyment of the outdoor lifestyle. We'd like to ask each of you for your help in engaging a friend, co-worker, or acquaintance of any age. Let's start today!


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Inside the Culture
Our Partners
RMEF's Hunting is Conservation
Countering the argument: Hunting threatens conservation

The anti-hunter argument that hunting threatens wildlife is inaccurate and untrue.

Thanks to scientific, regulated hunting quotas and procedures, established by wildlife biologists and professional big game managers, wildlife species sought by hunters are in fact thriving.

Countering the argument: Humans do not need to hunt
Hunting is Sustainable, Helps Species Thrive
Countering the Argument: Hunting Disrupts the Ecosystem
Why Hunting Is Necessary
The Morality of Hunting
Using Fire to Improve Elk Habitat
Helping Mother Nature Do What She Can't
Giving Aspen Room to Grow
Attacking Cheatgrass
Spicing Up Elk Country
Re-introducing Fire on a Fire Dependent Landscape
Helping Mother Nature
From Ski Hill to Wildlife Habitat
Our Hunting Future in Wisconsin
Clearing the Way for Wildlife in Montana
Colorado Elk Research
CWD Deer Hunt