Elk NetworkElk Network Goes Live

News Releases | March 6, 2017

March 6, 2017

Elk Network Goes Live

MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s new digital media platform, the Elk Network, is now live online and available for use.

“Our goal for this new generation of media is to serve as an informational resource for as many people as possible regarding all things elk, elk country and elk hunting,” said Steve Decker, RMEF vice president of Marketing. “We have worked hard to create a user-friendly platform that is highly visual and features regularly updated content.”

The Elk Network features a homepage where the latest content is posted at the top and the user can scroll, similar to familiar social media pages, to find additional content.

From there, The Elk Network includes nine distinct channels:

  • Bugle TV
    Full Team Elk episodes from past seasons, Randy Newberg-Hunter, Into High Country with Jason Matzinger and more
  • The Hunt
    Pertaining to everything before, during and after a hunt
  • Carnivore’s Kitchen
    Great wild game recipes and videos that show how to turn harvest into food & users can also submit their favorite recipes
  • Elk Facts
    Biology, terminology, behavior, vocalizations, current and historic range, and habitat of elk
  • Gear 101
    Latest and greatest products, gear hacks and buyer’s guides to choose the right gear
  • Hunting Is Conservation
    Facts, figures, videos and infographics that highlight the vital link between hunting and conservation
  • RMEF @ Work
    RMEF’s on-the-ground land protection, public access, habitat stewardship, elk restoration, hunting heritage and other conservation work
  • From the Field
    Users submit their videos, photos and hunting stories about their time afield
  • Issues & Advocacy
    RMEF stances regarding topics dealing with elk country and hunting heritage

“We believe this is an invaluable resource that will only grow in popularity and use as we continually add more highly visual, consumable content to it. Users no longer have to scour the Internet to find what they are looking for.” added Decker.