Speak for Wolves Conference in less than two weeks!

With so much happening in the fight to save wolves this year, you don’t want to miss out on the latest info about wolf conservation.

This year’s online program will cover:

  • Updates on wolves in key states from the folks who are working on the frontlines of wolf conservation
  • Inclusion of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) communities in wildlife education and wildlife management reform
  • Tools & tips for activists working to protect wolves, including: 
    • New Wolf Conservation Planning resource guides for advocates & agencies
    • Using data for effective advocacy tactics
    • Direct Action hunt/trap sabotage: experiences from the field
  • And more!

Check out our program page for full schedule details and speaker bios. 

Space is limited! Webinar access information will be sent to registrants a few days before the conference.

2021 Speaker Announcements

Ane Le is a passionate environmental educator, conservationist, aquatic biologist, and outdoor recreationist. She has spent the past few years in California, Oregon, Wyoming, Montana, and Colorado, working in freshwater and saltwater ecosystems, exploring public lands, engaging with local communities, and educating K-12 students about conservation efforts and the outdoors. Anna currently works as an educator in Yellowstone National Park, where she interacts with hundreds of individuals a day to educate about wildlife conservation.

Anna will talk about how gatekeeping wildlife/wolf watching and education ultimately harms the species while also affecting BIPOC and other underrepresented communities from being stewards in conservation.

Panel: Blueprints for Wolf Conservation Planning Using Science, Inclusivity & Ethical Practices

Samantha Bruegger, WildEarth Guardians; Jodi Habush Sinykin, Environmental Attorney; and Nancy Warren, National Wolfwatcher Coalition

The panel will share a set of Wolf Conservation Planning resources, based on best science, democratic processes, inclusivity, and ethics, which are the culmination of an intensive collaborative effort by multiple organizations, with input and critiques from a broad array of scientists, ethicists, retired and current agency professionals, Tribal biologists and representatives, and academic experts. Advocates will be provided information and ideas vital to wolf conservation planning, along with the academic and scientific research to back every recommendation made in the wolf planning resources.

2021 Conference T-shirts

Available in our store!

A Speak for Wolves annual tradition, this year’s collector conference shirts are screenprinted by a local Portland artist on 100% organic cotton, sweatshop free, USA-made, unisex, soft jersey Royal Apparel tees in Pacific Blue color with gold ink. 

Buy yours now to support the conference!

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