2022 Conference

The 9th Annual Speak for Wolves conference will be held online the 2nd weekend of August. Stay tuned for program announcements! Due to potential disruption if COVID cases spike and the fact that a virtual format increases access for speakers…

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

Registration now open for the 9th Annual Speak for Wolves Conference

Join us online Saturday & Sunday, August 13-14! We’re planning a slate of excellent speakers with updates on wolves across the US, legislation, grassroots activism, and much more. Save the dates and reserve your spot! Speaker Announcements Lynn Okita is a…

More Poaching in Oregon; New Award Fund Announced

In January, we talked about Oregon’s poaching problem; on February 15h, another female wolf, OR109, was found shot to death.  Just yesterday, Oregon State Police announced  the illegal killing of yet another wolf, OR117, a gray 1-year old male near Richland, Oregon. The Oregon Wildlife Coalition recently launched a new…

Oregon’s Poaching Problem

In December, Oregon State Police revealed that, between February and July 2021, eight wolves had been found poisoned in Union County, including the entire Catherine Pack and several members of other packs. The reward for information leading to an arrest…

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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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