At Remington Ammunition, we have a deep commitment to do more. As we look toward the future of hunting, shooting and wildlife management, we proudly partner with a variety of the leading conservation and advocacy groups.
Hunters have always been the cornerstone of conservation in America. We support it through hunting license fees and through the Pittman-Robertson excise tax on firearms and ammunition. Our efforts brought back the wild turkey, white-tailed deer and elk, but they have also enabled the recovery of the bald eagle and countless non-game species.
Boone and Crockett Club
It is the mission of the Boone and Crockett Club to promote the conservation and management of wildlife, especially big game, and its habitat, to preserve and encourage hunting and to maintain the highest ethical standards of fair chase and sportsmanship in North America.
Working to conserve, restore, and manage wetlands for waterfowl and hunters.
Invested in scientific research that benefits duck habitats, such as predator control and Hen Houses, as well as education for new duck hunters.
MULE DEER FOUNDATION
Mule deer need your help. The Mule Deer Foundation leads efforts to conserve this icon of the American West, protect and enhance its habitat, increase hunter access and minimize threats to mule deer and black-tail populations. MDF also introduces more than 10,000 youth each year to shooting sports and the sportsman's role in conservation via its M.U.L.E.Y education program.
NATIONAL WILD TURKEY FEDERATION
With more than 7 million wild turkeys now strutting across the nation, the NWTF is one of the most successful conservation groups out there. We proudly support this 600,000 member organization.
Blood Origins is a nonprofit with a very simple mission: convey the truth around hunting. Blood Origins has approached conveying that truth by creating content specifically aimed at the non-hunting majority that educates through the marriage of science and emotion the consequences of hunting, and the true heart of hunters all over the world.