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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.
Located at the Boone and Crockett Club’s Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch west of Dupuyer, Montana. Enjoy your days venturing across private, public, forest and wilderness lands. Topics include fly-fishing, fly-tying, shooting sports (.22 rifle/pistol, shotgun and archery), hiking, swimming, packrafting, visits from actual outdoor professionals and much more!
Webcam sunset
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.
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.
RWCC Main Building
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.
Montana High Adventure Base - On the River
MOHAB is the Montana High Adventure Base – the nation’s premiere wilderness expedition training and instruction program serving the High Adventure needs of Boy Scouts and Venturers worldwide. MOHAB’s uniqueness is defined by its remote location , wilderness character , and multi-sport expedition...
The Club’s TRM Ranch and Rasmuson Wildlife Conservation Center paired with the on-site Palmer Shooting Sports Complex offer tremendous opportunities for all ages to complete practical, hands-on hunter education skills and field day certifications. Find the course that is right for you and you will...
The distribution of wildlife throughout the year is relevant to private lands management, providing hunter access to wildlife, and ensuring the sustainability of wildlife populations. The B&C University Program at the University of Montana has initiated a project to better understand the conservation implications of sustainable ranch management on big game communities on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. Enjoy a few shots of the variety of wildlife that called the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch home this summer.
Over Easter weekend, a story played out in Dupuyer, Montana, when a sow grizzly bear protecting her cubs bit a hiker and had to be euthanized. A couple days later, the manager of the Boone and Crockett Club’s Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch, which is located about 10 miles west of Dupuyer, and...
In 1995, the Club created a nature trail in the heart of the TRM Ranch in conjunction with a project known as Watchable Wildlife. The trail project was accomplished with the help of many people of all ages who shared a common vision and share the sense of uniqueness of this piece of Montana. Because of the efforts of these people, others will be able to appreciate this vast landscape.
Aldo Leopold is considered conservation's most influential advocate and the founder of wildlife ecology. He was an avid sportsman, shown here in Chihuahua, Mexico, in 1938. the photograph was taken by his son, Starker, who later became a B&C member as well. Since the 1940s, the Club has...
How many acres is the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch (TRM Ranch)? Does the public have access to the TRM ranch? Who owns the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch? Did Theodore Roosevelt ever visit the ranch? How many students and teachers participate in B&C's Conservation Education Program each...
A partnership between the Boone and Crockett Club and the South Carolina Waterfowl Association (SCWA) has been awarded a $64,000 grant by Cabela's Outdoor Fund to create new learning opportunities for youths interested in wildlife conservation careers. The partnership between the two conservation...
Discovering advanced outdoor skills and conservation techniques, all in the wild grandeur of the Montana Rockies, is just part of the charm of four new youth camps offered by the Wild Sheep Foundation and Boone and Crockett Club. Another charm: The camps are free for selectees. "Thanks to sponsor...
A new partnership between the Boy Scouts and the Boone and Crockett Club could make Montana a premier destination for scouts from across the nation. The Montana Council of Boy Scouts of America is assuming operation of a "high adventure base" at the Club's 6,300-acre Theodore Roosevelt Memorial...
Boy Scouts across the U.S. have a new destination for trekking, mountain climbing, shooting, wildlife watching and other adventures--the Boone and Crockett Club's Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch near Choteau, Mont. The Club is partnering with the Montana Council of Boy Scouts of America (BSA) to...
Conservation Across Boundaries (CAB)™ Enhancing Wildlife Conservation Through Education DEADLINE EXTENDED FOR 2009 COURSES! APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY MAY 1, 2009. CAB courses incorporate many hands-on field investigations through a systems approach. Land management and wildlife conservation...

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-Theodore Roosevelt