Wisconsin 10th state to offer RMEF license plates
The state of Wisconsin is now offering specialty license plates that benefit elk and other wildlife within its borders as well as the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, according to a release by the RMEF.
Wisconsin becomes the 10th state to offer plates that benefit RMEF’s conservation mission, joining Idaho, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota and Virginia.
The plates are available to any Wisconsin resident with a car, truck, farm truck or motor home. To see the newly designed RMEF license plate and for application information, go to the Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles page.
Wisconsin, which has a growing elk population, is home to nearly 10,000 RMEF members in 24 chapters. According to the RMEF, since 1990, the organization and its partners have completed 404 conservation and hunting heritage outreach projects in Wisconsin with a combined value of more than $7.7 million. Those projects protected or enhanced 4,065 acres of habitat and opened or secured public access to 1,270 acres.