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Beaver Creek Public Access Project

Beaver Creek Public Access Project


(energetic music) – [Narrator] What does it take to create the largest hunter access track in the entire state of North Dakota? First and foremost, it
takes willing landowners who allow access to their
land and its wildlife values. In this case, it also
takes the cooperation from conservation groups
and a state agency to make it happen. The Rocky Mountain Elk
Foundation worked with Byron and Kathy Richard, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department and
other partners to create the Richard Angus Ranch Access project. RMEF helped secure a 10 year agreement that allows hunters in pursuit
of elk, deer, pronghorn and other wildlife across
the 20 thousand acre track of land formerly known
as the Beaver Creek Ranch. Located in the west-central
part of the state just north of Beach, the
project also improves access to two adjacent state land
sections totaling 1280 acres. Opening and improving public access lies at the heart of RMEF’s
conservation mission. To learn more about RMEF
access projects in your area, turn on the RMEF layer in the onX Hunt app to view project sites and boundaries. (energetic music)

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