NCASI scientist joins board of Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Dr. Larry Irwin, NCASI Fellow and Western Wildlife Program Manager, has accepted an invitation to join the board of directors of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF). The RMEF is a leader in the management and conservation of habitat for elk and other wildlife.

“Larry brings decades of on-the-ground work to the table,” said David Allen, RMEF President and CEO. “His studies on elk, other wildlife, and habitat further strengthen RMEF’s resolve to acquire more science-based research and knowledge.”

 “I am ecstatic about serving on the RMEF Board of Directors,” said Irwin. “I believe the RMEF is well-positioned to be among the top tier of leading conservation organizations because of great foresight by its founders, development of a successful business model, and a
tremendously energetic and dedicated staff and outstanding leadership.”


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