WELCOME TO THE MULEY FANATIC FOUNDATION FUNDRAISING EVENTS ICON OF THE WEST SCROLL DOWN TO SEE MORE MULE DEER POPULATIONS DECLINING AS MUCH AS 40% IN THE WEST IN THE LAST TWO DECADES. WHERE WILL THEY BE IN THE NEXT 20? BE PART OF THE SOLUTION. FURTHERING THE SPORT OF HUNTING AND SOUND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
WELCOME TO THE MULEY FANATIC FOUNDATION
FUNDRAISING EVENTS
ICON OF THE WEST
SCROLL DOWN TO SEE MORE
MULE DEER POPULATIONS DECLINING AS MUCH AS 40% IN THE WEST IN THE LAST TWO DECADES. WHERE WILL THEY BE IN THE NEXT 20? BE PART OF THE SOLUTION.
FURTHERING THE SPORT OF HUNTING AND SOUND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

Upcoming Events

Cowboy Christmas Ball 2019

7TH ANNUAL COWBOY CHRISTMAS BALL

 

TABLE ONLY EVENT. 30 AVAILABLE

$1,000 TABLE INCLUDES: RESERVE SEATING FOR 8, MEALS, ENTERTAINMENT, AND GIFTS

CONTACT MFF HQ @ (307) 875-3133

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7TH ANNUAL FUNDRAISING BANQUET

November 16, 2019

 

 

LITTLE AMERICA GRAND BALL ROOM

CHEYENNE, WYOMING

FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO:

mffsewy.com 

FEATURED PROJECTS

 

Soda Lake Project

Volunteers from the MFF Upper Green Chapter and SOS Well Services joined the Wyoming Game & Fish Department to install steel jack fence at Soda Lake near Pinedale, Wyoming.

Pathfinder Volunteer Days

On July 12th & 13th, many volunteers joined the Pathfinder Ranch south of Casper, Wyoming. For two days, members of the MFF Southeast Wyoming Chapter and the Central Wyoming Chapter removed old fence and replaced it with wildlife friendly fencing. This is the second year Pathfinder Ranch has held this event.

      

 Staff

josh

Joshua Coursey, president/ceo

Co-founder of the Muley Fanatic Foundation

joey

Joey Faigl, Chief Operating Officer

Co-founder of the Muley Fanatic Foundation

chris

Chris Steffen, Director of Operations

Retired Green River Chief of Police

Board of directors

 Latest News

Exceeding 1,000!

As we all know, Wyoming is a rural state connected by extensive roads that we all travel to conduct business, recreate, and stay connected with friends and family. And if you drive these roads regularly, there is a good chance that you may hit an animal one day – and likely know someone who already has.

In Wyoming, an average of 2,162 wildlife-vehicle collisions involving large mammals were reported for 2013-2017, accounting for more than 22% percent of all reported vehicle collisions of any kind. However, this number includes only reported collisions — those with significant vehicle damage and/or human injuries associated with them. Records of animal carcasses removed from roads and road right-of-ways by the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) show that an average of about 6,000 wildlife-vehicle collisions occurred annually over the last three years.

Legislation supporting a Wyoming Conservation License Plate was passed in spring of 2018 with the intent to provide a funding source for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD) and WYDOT to allocate towards roadway and wildlife safety mitigation projects.

These plates have been widely supported. A total of 1,007 Conservation License Plates – representing all 23 counties – have been sold statewide, exceeding the three-year goal in only seven months. Dwayne Meadows, Executive Director of the Wyoming Wildlife Federation says that, “the initial support out of the gate is critical to show that Wyoming citizens support this measure, this shows that the people of Wyoming are willing to put their money where their mouth is when it comes to wildlife and roadway safety.”

The Wyoming Wildlife Federation, Muley Fanatic Foundation, and the Greater Yellowstone Coalition teamed up to advocate for this bill, both at the Legislature and around the state, and continue to build support for these plates. “These sales represent voluntary broad support from citizens from every corner of  Wyoming. Protecting our families and wildlife on highways is a statewide issue and Wyoming continues to be a leader in reducing wildlife-vehicle collisions,” states Chris Colligan, Wildlife Program Coordinator for the Greater Yellowstone Coalition.

While initial sales are a good indicator of wide support for the measure, Joshua Coursey of the Muley Fanatic Foundation wants to urge folks to keep the momentum going, adding that “this is a huge step in the right direction and we are excited to see such a positive outpouring of support for wildlife conservation and roadway safety – we encourage all those who have yet to purchase a Wyoming Conservation License Plate to do so.”

There is more to be done – our three organizations continue to work on measures to generate funding in support of highway safety and wildlife migration. We will be in attendance when the Transportation, Highways & Military Affairs Committee meets to receive information and testimony on additional draft bills related to roadway safety on Tuesday, August 13 at the Wyoming Liquor Commission in Cheyenne.

Thank you for supporting safe roads in Wyoming. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about what is happening around our state to advance this effort, please contact any of the staff listed below.

Jason Radakovich holds the license plate #1000

October 31 2018: Paul Bianchi (Promo)

November 21 2018: Paul Anspach (Promo)

November 27 2018: Joelynn Schinkel (Promo)

December 11 2018: Nick Dobric (Promo)

January 1st: Robert Keller #2835

January 3rd: Wayne Braun #3532

January 8th: Dean Calder #1581

January 10th: Will Byers #2682

January 15th: Eric Roren #2240

January 17th: Sandra Johnson #5780

January 22nd: Tracy Haeck #3437

January 24th: Sandy Lux #2587

January 29th: Sawyer Zimmerman #1414

February 5th: Jake Swenson #1851

February 7th: Christopher Heron #2894

February 12th: Beau Giles #3629

February 14th: John Fletcher #1970

February 19th: Joseph McFadden #3371

February 21st: Stephen Nelson #3539

February 26th: Dale Phagan #2853

February 28th: Janie Owens #5761

March 5th: Bob Maddox #1196

March 7th: Allen Patz #3489

March 12th: Darryl Humburg #2861

March 14th: Thomas Arnold #1431

March 19th: Rhonda Ranum #3417

March 21st: Michael Tabacchi #3650

March 26th: Steven Williams #3748

March 28th: Mike Duffy #1222

April 2nd: Scott Blair #3332

April 4th: Sandy Lux #2587

April 9th: Josh Bottjer #2757

April 11th: John Bruce #5875

April 16th: Becky Moore #2811

April 18th: Jason Bradley #2552

April 23rd: Christopher Heron #3424

April 25th: Jason Duke #2580

April 30th: Wayne Braun #3530

May 2nd: Joe Lee #1614

May 7th: Jason Kremer #4120

May 9th: Daniel Kershisnik #3387

May 14th: Craig Runksmeier #2481

May 16th: Sarah Davidson #5832

May 21st: Sean Paxton #2954

May 23rd: Monica Golson #3809

May 27th Memorial Day BONUS: Miguel Munoz #3821

May 28th: Josh Binder #1734

May 30th: Julie Forrester #2550

June 4th: Terry Reach #1413

June 6th: Trent Flink #3899

June 11th: Robin Allen #5920

June 13th: Orville Vonberg #5861

June 18th: Max Crandall #1206

June 20th: Jeff Rasanen #3938

June 25th: Tev Kelley # 2120

June 27th: John Burgett #3073

July 2nd: D. Alexander Tillery #3086

July 4th Independence Day: Heather Ramirez #2135

July 9th: Brooke Mena #1437

July 11th: Glenn Pauley #3753

July 16th: Joseph Petruch #1857

July 18th: Steven Williams #1207

July 23rd: Art Kalivas #5765

July 25th: Emma Kremer #1361

July 30th: Trudy Durfee #2093

August 1st: Rebecca Williams #1567

August 6th: Karen Avers #3780

August 8th: Ron Manning #2357

August 13th: Pamela Fritz #3624

August 15th: Makayla Barney #3210

August 20th: Scott Long #2098

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HUNTING SEASON BEGINS!!

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December 31st: FINAL DRAWING Do you have your 2020 Calendar?

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