Friends, we have another opportunity to not only stop the fall wolf hunt, but to weigh in on the future of wolf management in Wisconsin. This is a critical action, and probably the most important thing you will do in advocating for wolves in 2021. PLEASE JOIN OUR NEXT FIRESIDE CHAT ON THUSRDAY, APRIL 22 TO FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN HELP !
An event designed to educate and motivate wildlife and wilderness lovers on important wildlife-related issues and to encourage representatives hear about coexistence and address our need on how to best advocate for wildlife in Wisconsin...please join us !
Last night, the Dane County Board of Supervisors, in a unanimous vote, passed Resolution 502, urging the Wisconsin Legislature to develop and support changes to statutes to ban any and all future wildlife killing contests.
Researchers have been studying the effect of nature on people’s mental well-being for decades, and the results show that spending time in natural environments can be beneficial to people in recovery from substance abuse disorders.
Join us in solidarity with Michigan and Minnesota to meet with your state lawmakers and discuss how wolves are an essential balance to our ecosystem. All attendees will receive a FREE original art Wildlife Day t-shirt!
Right now, hunting, trapping and livestock groups are actively organizing to have Great Lakes wolves stripped of their endangered status without judicial review as soon as next month. This bill is co-sponsored by Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) making the legislation “bi-partisan”. Please contact her TODAY to express your opposition. Here's how....
June 30, 2017 was an eye-opening day into constituent democracy for me. Gary John Feest and I went to Washington D.C. in a Citizen Lobbying effort to defend the Endangered Species Act.
Why do environmentalists still have to fight so hard to stop our own government and businesses from killing our wildlife, clear-cutting our forests, mining our mountains and poising the oceans, air, land and water we all rely on to survive?
Most people have a vague idea about how hamburgers are made, but few consumers are aware of the cost of that burger, and it goes far beyond the 99¢ menu.