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About Boone and Crockett Club - Conservation Education

At times, it seems the world is changing faster than we can make sense of it. When it comes to conservation, though, the Boone and Crockett Club is working to help our future leaders keep up with those changes and understand what that change means for our wildlife resources. Since 1993, the Club and its members have funded endowed chairs and fellowships at universities across the country. In addition, the Club uses our Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch as a base camp to show young adults how to embrace all aspects of the outdoors. 

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Students making their way back to the Rasmuson Wildlife Conservation Center after a day hiking on the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch.

 

B&C University Programs

The Boone and Crockett Club University Program is designed to provide science-based knowledge from seasoned wildlife professionals and educators to college graduates in the wildlife field to better prepare the graduates for the responsible and wise management of wildlife in the future. Read More

Boone and Crockett Fellows Program

https://www.boone-crockett.org/bc-fellow-daniel-bird The Boone and Crockett Wildlife Conservation Program supports graduate students in wildlife conservation and related fields through our Fellows Program. A Boone and Crockett Fellow is an undergraduate or graduate student, or postdoctoral associate, who is supported by Boone and Crockett funding and/or advised by a Boone and Crockett Professor or Professional Member. Read More

Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch

To stimulate private sector leadership on wildlife research, education, and management, B&C purchased a working cattle ranch in prime wildlife habitat on the East Front of the Montana Rockies in the 1980s. The mission of the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch is research, teaching, and demonstration of integrated livestock/wildlife conservation that is integral to the economic viability of private and adjacent public lands. Read More

Boone and Crockett Club's Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch Webcam

Check out live streaming video from Boone and Crockett Club's Education Center on the Rocky Mountain Front. Keep an eye out for elk, grizzly bear, and various species of wildlife that frequent the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch, not to mention spectacular views. Read More

 

Conservation Education at the TRM Ranch

The future of our wildlife and the habitats that support them depends on choices people make. The Boone and Crockett Conservation Education Program strives to offer perspectives that will foster shared use of natural resources, conservation, sustainable development, and stewardship of the land to build a common ground for sustaining healthy ecosystems. Read More

Rasmuson Wildlife Conservation Center

The Rasmuson Wildlife Conservation Center is located on B&C's TRM Ranch west of Dupuyer, Montana. The Center serves as a hub for the Club's Conservation Education Programs and provides an effective facility for courses, workshops, presentations, and demonstrations about integrated natural resource management, natural resources education, and special topic seminars. Read More

National Conservation Leadership Institute

Conceived at a meeting among B&C members in 2003, NCLI has been guided by a single question: “What will it take to prepare our future leaders?” The answer has consistently remained linked with providing a truly unique curriculum with an emphasis on participant diversity, viewing leadership through a multifaceted lens, and a willingness to embrace self-organization as a means of tackling adaptive challenges. Read More

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From fellowships at universities across the country to immersive programs for young adults, the Boone and Crockett Club invests in future wildlife professionals.


 

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-Theodore Roosevelt