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There are a number of ways to be involved with conservation and activities on the National Elk Refuge, including volunteering, contributing financial support, and providing input on management decisions.

  • Volunteer

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    The National Elk Refuge has one of the largest volunteer programs in the U.S.Fish & Wildlife Service's Mountain-Prairie region. A variety of  opportunities are available year-round to join the National Elk Refuge team of volunteers.

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  • Support through Grand Teton Association

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    The Grand Teton Association is a nonprofit cooperating association that operates a sales outlet in the Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center. Proceeds from the bookstore sales are used to support educational, interpretive, and research projects on the National Elk Refuge.

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  • Public Comment

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    The Federal planning process includes opportunities for public comment when an Environmental Assessment (EA) or other planning document is developed. The refuge's Comprehensive Conservation Plan (CCP) will be available for public comment for a 30-day period beginning on September 9, 2014. A public meeting is scheduled for Thursday September 25, from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Summit Two Room of Snow King Hotel in Jackson, WY to discuss the CCP with refuge and regional planning staff.

  • Hunting

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    The refuge promotes the voluntary use of non-lead ammunition, allowing hunters a unique opportunity to maintain support for hunting programs by demonstrating a commitment to safe, quality hunting practices that will benefit the long-term conservation of wildlife.

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Last Updated: Sep 08, 2014
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