What We’ve Accomplished This Year

It hasn’t always been easy, but 2022 has been another remarkable year in our fight to advocate for wolves and other imperiled wildlife of Wisconsin and the Western Great Lakes region.

Together, we made significant headway in our efforts to protect endangered wildlife, sending in resolutions to the Wisconsin Conservation Congress, meeting with state and federal lawmakers and challenging the Natural Resources Board. We have protected most of the wolves in our country and helped wildlife in peril not only in our backyards but nationally as well. Supporters like you rallied, and we made tangible progress towards our goals.

There will always be more work ahead, but, for now, enjoy reading through a few of our wins from the last year and the highlights around the important issues that pushed us towards victory.

Over the last year, we created a movement of endless pressure, endlessly applied for our wolves and wildlife. We are looking forward to an even better year ahead with our upcoming Wildlife Day event, education outreach and anti-poaching projects using robotic wolves, celebrating our 10-year Anniversary as a grassroots organization, and working to nominate more like-minded individuals to the Natural Resource Board.

These accomplishments make us a real powerhouse now, but we couldn’t have done it without the support of advocates like you. Thank you for being with us in this fight. The sky is the limit with what we hope to accomplish in the year to come but we need your help to get there. 

This is your LAST CHANCE to have your donation doubled before the clock strikes midnight in the coming of the new year. Please help us reach our goal so we can continue adding to this list of victories in 2023!

One thought on “What We’ve Accomplished This Year

  1. I would like to know what penalties can be placed on poachers and morons that continue to kill wolves anyway. The African solution seems to be working over
    there. Either wildlife is extremely critical to human survival, or it isn’t. Extremely strong measures should be taken. Jail and fines don’t work. Just sayin

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