Expanded State Conservation, Fundraising Staff in Arizona, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming
Since last summer, the Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) has welcomed five new staff members to the team to support state-level conservation projects in Arizona, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming and a new regional director to lead fundraising efforts in Colorado. The significant increase in conservation programs staff includes cooperative wildlife biologists and habitat partnership coordinators to lead the science and implementation of projects that improve mule deer habitat. When combined with regional staff who are the direct liaisons with chapters and local volunteers, the organization is proving its commitment to its mission of ensuring the conservation of mule deer, black-tailed deer, and their habitat. Click to continue reading.