SEPTEMBER 2022 NEWSLETTER

A note from our Executive Director about bear hounding season, exciting upcoming events, announcing our NEW "Robo Lobo" project, honoring our Volunteer of the Month, upcoming Fireside Chats, and more!

ACTION ALERT: Give your Input on Minnesota and Michigan Wolf Plans

Wolves of Michigan and Minnesota need your voice! The DNR is requesting public input on a draft of each state's wolf management plans. Because the surveys are cumbersome, we have provided guides to help make this comment process easier. The deadlines are fast approaching....take action TODAY!

PRESS RELEASE: WISCONSIN DNR DELAYS WOLF MANAGEMENT PLAN

Today, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources said that they have no known date at this time for bringing forward the new wolf management plan, which still needs to be updated from the current 1999 antiquated plan.

Today, Wisconsin Unleashed the Hounds

The unregulated harassment and torture of Wisconsin wildlife has officially begun. Over 4th of July weekend, more than 15,000 bear hounds will be set loose on public lands across Wisconsin to harass wildlife and disturb the peace of our natural areas.

JUNE 2022 NEWSLETTER

We are sorry to be reaching out to you after the tragic events that took place in Texas last week. As everyone deals with their respective sadness and anger over the senseless violence, we hope you are able to find the space you need to cope and remember the goodness of the world.Β 

DAY OF ACTION FOR WOLVES!

TODAY IS THE DAY: Tweet or call to save our gray wolves! Join our phone jam to tie up Secretary Haaland and President Biden's lines all day long with calls and tweets about wolves urging them to stand up for what’s right, listen to the American public, and relist wolves as an endangered species.

APRIL 2022 NEWSLETTER

We have already accomplished so much in 2022, sending in resolutions to the Wisconsin Conservation Congress, meeting with state and federal lawmakers and staying informed. We have protected most of the wolves in our country and helped wildlife in peril just not in our backyards but nationally as well.