2022 Conference

The 2022 conference has ended. Thanks for joining us for an informative and inspiring two days of talks on wildlife and activism! Recordings of select sessions will be posted to our YouTube channel soon. Saturday August 13th, 10 am –…

Recommended Reading

Learn more about the issues behind wolf conservation, wildlife management, and environmental justice through these recommended books and scientific articles. Books: As Long as Grass Grows: The Indigenous Fight for Environmental Justice, from Colonization to Standing Rock by Dina Gilio-Whitaker…

Advocacy Resources

Get involved, take action, save wolves! The best way to influence wildlife policy is to get directly involved with your local state or federal wildlife “management” agency. Keep tabs on management plan update schedules, hunting/trapping status, and rule-making; submit public…

News

Don’t miss Speak for Wolves this weekend!

There are just two days left until we kick off a thought-provoking, info-packed program at this year’s Conference! There’s still time to register! See the full schedule here and join us Saturday & Sunday!  Online meeting access information will only be…

Get excited! One week until Speak for Wolves 2022

Check out the full schedule here and join us Saturday & Sunday!  Online meeting access information will be sent to registrants this week. Speaker Announcements Quinn Read is the Oregon Policy Director for the Center for Biological Diversity. She works to protect…

Three more speakers you won’t want to miss!

The Conference is less than 2 weeks away! You don’t want to miss this info-packed program on wolves, advocacy, and conservation. Join us Saturday and Sunday, August 13-14 There’s no required cost to register. Online meeting access information will be…

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The Speak for Wolves conference is the longest standing, grassroots wildlife conference of its kind, thanks to our dedicated supporters. Speak for Wolves is a 100% volunteer-run 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, EIN 46-2867294.

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About the Issues

Wolves once roamed freely across much of the land that is now called North America. Indigenous peoples actively managed the land responsibly, including lands that many in the conservation movement call “wilderness”. Starting in the 1500s through 1800s, European settlers,…

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