Skip to content

Susan Campbell Reneau

“(Boone and Crockett) are like the Academy Awards,” Campbell-Reneau said. “It’s the biggest of the big. Jerry Canterbury has been with his grandson, son and father’s hunts (when they harvested the Boone and Crockett animals), but he himself has never gotten (one).”

Hunters who look for Boone and Crockett animals will enjoy listening to co-author Susan Campbell-Reneau make a presentation of the third edition of “Colorado’s Biggest Bucks and Bulls” at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Royal Gorge Regional Museum and History Center, at 612 Royal Gorge Blvd.“I enjoy talking to hunters. I, myself, am a hunter,” Campbell-Reneau said. “It was just a lot of fun. The book was a success. The third edition, which will be my final one, has 248 hunting stories. The books would make great Christmas gifts.”In addition, Campbell-Reneau will talk about local businessman and big game hunter, Dall DeWeese, and his elk trophy “Mort,” which is displayed in the museum, a press release stated.“His elk is unbelievable,” Campbell-Reneau said. “My slide presentation will highlight the trophies of Fremont County and the people that love to hunt from the state.”

In conjunction, Royal Gorge Regional Museum & History Center provided some marvelous photographs of old Colorado that are in the book, said Campbell-Reneau.
I do not fault the CSKT. You as the administrators and some political appointees of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Dept. of Interior have allowed the CSKT to do this. The CSKT is only doing what they are allowed to do by YOU.You as top leaders in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are obligated to enforce all federal laws in protection and enhancement of the National Wildlife Refuge System and this proposal of a third AFA by the CSKT thumbs its nose at many levels of federal laws you as employees of the taxpayers of America are obligated to enforce.In the spirit of Theodore Roosevelt, Ding Darling, Horace Albright, Aldo Leopold, Madison Grant, George Bird Grinnell and the men of the late 1800s and early 1900s that established the National Wildlife Refuge System, National Park System, National Forest System and all federal land systems plus state game and fish agencies, I say, the wildlife and its habitat cannot speak so I must and I will and YOU as the employees of the taxpayers of America are obligated to do the same.I again express dismay that the CSKT has been given by you, not the CSKT, four years of complete access and federal workers throughout the process, including CSKT members stationed at the National Bison Range Complex, have been insulted and ignored throughout the process that excludes the experts from the USFWS that know the most about the management and financial balance at the National Bison Range Complex. Furthermore, those federal workers care about the National Wildlife Refuge System as a whole.

I remind the media and citizens interested in this tragic case that the National Bison Range Complex is not a state or local park or a nice little piece of property to be turned over to anyone wishing to take it over. It is a NATIONAL wildlife refuge that belongs to ALL Americans, not just one special interest group. What happens at the National Wildlife Refuge Complex will impact ALL national wildlife refuges and all federal land systems if the third AFA is allowed to be put into place as a precedence for the management and funding of all federal land systems. That’s why the tragic case at the National Bison Range Complex has a national implication.I call your attention to very courageous refuge managers that wrote a letter in 2004 detailing why any AFA is intrusive and disruptive to the entire National Wildlife Refuge System. What they predicted in 2004 came true for the first and second AFAs at the National Bison Range Complex. The process forced upon qualified USFWS federal employees at the NBRC has also impacted employment practices and management throughout the system as well as negatively impacting the career opportunities of many USFWS federal workers on many employment levels.

I will certainly submit my comments about the third AFA at the NBRC by Sept. 18 and I encourage all my conservation heroes to submit comments about the impact of this third AFA to the entire National Wildlife Refuge System, but I am utterly disgusted that federal laws on the books since 1903 have been ignored by modern U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Dept. of Interior officials. I remind you, in case you forget, that when the National Wildlife Refuge System was first established by an Act of Congress and signed into law by then-President Theodore Roosevelt in the early 1900s for all Americans and visitors to America to enjoy. The Indian Self Determination and Education Act did not exist and this act was voted by Congress and signed into law to enhance, not destroy, the National Wildlife Refuge System.“I was a person that was severely injured by a drunk driver who also was high on marijuana,” said Campbell Reneau. “That particular man hardly had anything done to him judicially, and I’ve always felt that that was absolutely unjust. As a result of that, I became one of the early founders of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.” “I will say that the person that I have been most impressed with over the years that had been the justice of the peace for decades was Karen Orzech.,” she said. “If there was anyone that I would want to pattern myself after on almost everything it would be Karen.” “I will give a person the benefit of the doubt if they have done something,” she said. “Depending on the severity of the crime that they committed, if they are judged to be at fault and they are convicted, then they will have to accept the punishment that is appropriate for whatever it is that they did.”Wildlife author and popular advocate for veteran’s and patriotic events, Susan Campbell Reneau has announced her candidacy for Missoula Justice of the Peace.

“I will look at each case very carefully and I will listen to every person who testifies, and certainly will listen to the lawyers and I will listen to the police officers and any experts that testify,” she said. “However, if this is a person that has come before the court repeatedly, I am definitely not going to show mercy.”
We’ve detected that JavaScript is disabled in this browser. Please enable JavaScript or switch to a supported browser to continue using You can see a list of supported browsers in our Help Center.In short, Susan Reneau has issues with a lot of different kinds of people, and she has not demonstrated what a reasonable person would deem to be a judicial temperament.

Missoula County voters should be aware of the background and ideology of Susan Campbell Reneau, a candidate for Justice of the Peace. The Missoulian, in a March 16 article, quoted Reneau as declaring that, if elected, her court would “not become social warriors.” Given her history, this is a laughable statement. For decades, Reneau has been a fringe social warrior. On a state-wide radio show, Reneau called then-President Obama “an Islamic terrorist.” (April 1, 2016, Voices of Montana, Part 1 at 24:10). She publicly describes herself as a “raging conservative”. (April 1, 2016, Voices of Montana, Part 1 at 5:38).
Incumbent Justice of the Peace Landee Holloway has a highly respected record on law and order, and a reputation for acting professionally on the bench. She has done great work on ensuring justice through creation of a DUI court. A vote for Justice of the Peace Holloway is the easy choice here.Reneau has been the subject of repeated reporting by the Montana Human Rights Network on what it calls the anti-Indian movement, including her associations with other reported anti-Indian activists and at least one Militia of Montana leader. (see

Boone and Crockett Club’s Twenty-Second Big Game Awards, 1992-1994: A Book of the Boone and Crockett Club Containing Tabulations of Outstanding North American … Accepted During the 22nd Awards Entry
Reporter numerous newspapers and journals., California, Va, since 1976. Marketing director Colorado Big Game Trophy Records, since 1980. Public information officer Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale, Virginia, 1983-1988. Marketing, publications director American Association of Community and Junior Colleges, Washington, 1988-1990. Marketing, publications director American Association Community and Junior Colleges, Washington 1988-1990. Public relations consultant, Virginia, California, 1979-1988. Consultant Dulles International Airport, Virginia, 1987, Prince William County Supervisor, Virginia, 1985-1988, Reston Development, Virginia, 1987, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, 1979, Southern Trinity Area Rescue, 1979-1983.Bachelor magna cum laude, University Northern Colorado, 1974. Master of Science in Business and Public Relations with honors, American University, 1987.