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Montana Receives $2 Million to Benefit Wildlife Habitat, Research

MISSOULA, Mont. — The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and its partners awarded Montana $2,197,843 in grant funding for wildlife habitat improvement, elk-related research and hunting heritage projects. RMEF directly granted $496,930 and leveraged an additional $1,700,013 in partner dollars. “This significant amount of funding allows so much quality on-the-ground habitat work to take place all …

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