MISSOULA, Mont. – -(Ammoland.com)-The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is pleased to welcome John Caid, Nancy Hadley, Nancy Holland, Eric Johnson and Bill Pine to its board of directors.
“We are grateful for the energy and the willingness to serve that these men and women bring to their volunteer positions,” said David Allen, RMEF president and CEO. “We look forward to collectively working together to help RMEF carry out its conservation mission.”
“These five are well-respected in their communities and bring a vast array of professional experience and knowledge to the board plus a love of elk and elk country,” said Chuck Roady, RMEF chairman of the board.
The RMEF board of directors is made up of 26 members from 15 states. Its task is to establish high-level strategy and policy. Volunteer committees provide oversight for land transactions and finances.
New RMEF board member bios:
John Caid, chairman from 2011-2013, returns to serve in the role of past board representative. A RMEF life member and habitat partner, Caid currently serves as general manager of the UU Bar Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico. He is also the owner of …Read the Rest