About Us

Founders: Joey Faigl, left; Joshua Coursey, right

The Muley Fanatic Foundation: Established in 2012

MFF continues to make tremendous strides in furthering the Muley Fanatic Foundation mission through efficient efforts designed to be simple in modeling but profound in impact. With a funding model designed to retain and allocate 70% of the funds where the revenue is generated, it is with great satisfaction to see the model working and making a difference where folks should expect to see the fruits of their labor, in their own backyard.

The quick growth of MFF is a direct tribute to the value folks place on ensuring our wild things and wild places continue to exist for generations to come. MFF is committed to engaging local stakeholders to keep the efforts of mule deer conservation, the furthering of the sport of hunting and sound wildlife management as a staple of discussion and action. The conservation of mule deer is a lifelong investment and one that is worth every effort to pursue. Quite simply, MFF’s work is synonymous with safeguarding the opportunities that makes living out west so desirable. Together we will continue to garner support and be a part of the solution that works diligently to conserve the icon of the west and our cherished sportsman heritage. Conservation is more than hunting or working to maintain sustainable and healthy critter populations, it is a responsibility.

 

 


 

EP 120: Wyoming Mule Deer Fanatics

Nov 11, 2019

In this Episode (120) of Leupold’s Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is on a long awaited Wyoming mule deer hunt and shares a mic with two conservation advocates, Chris Steffen and Jared Oakleaf, both lending their talents to mule deer conservation group, Muley Fanatic Foundation.  Topics covered included mule deer, migration routes, Wyoming Migration Initiative, accommodating for wild things, world demand for resources, mothers are leaders, winter kill, quality habitat, risk-reward of migration, corridors, relearning migration routes, and other topics related to the amazing conservation story that is the migratory mule deer of western Wyoming.