September 18, 2020
Tyler Barker, WOAY — West Virginia’s elk restoration project is wrapping up another successful summer at the Tomblin Wildlife Management Area in Logan County and the state’s herd continues to grow with the addition of at least 15 calves.

The project is a major conservation initiative and would not be possible without the help of key partners like The Conservation Fund which helped the WVDNR acquire tens of thousands of acres of land.