The Conference is less than a month away! Meet two more speakers below and register today to reserve your spot.
Online meeting access information will be sent to all registrants in the week leading up to the conference.
Dillon Hanson-Ahumada leads the Endangered Species Coalition’s organizing efforts in Colorado, focusing on issues including wolves, pollinators, and wildlife corridors.
Dillon has also worked on protecting marine mammals, combatting illegal fishing, conserving sharks, and advancing strategies to fight ocean plastic pollution.
Dillon will speak about current and potential ways to tie in art to advocacy on wolf conservation issues.management.
Lizzy Pennock is the carnivore coexistence advocate at WildEarth Guardians. She works toward protecting native carnivores in the Northern Rockies from livestock conflicts on lands currently managed by the US Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management. Lizzy Pennock is the carnivore coexistence advocate at WildEarth Guardians. She works toward protecting native carnivores in the Northern Rockies from livestock conflicts on lands currently managed by the US Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management.
Lizzy will focus on the legal authority and responsibility of the US Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management to manage livestock grazing on the lands they currently oversee to protect native carnivores from livestock conflicts.
She will also discuss the co-existence regulations that these agencies could, and should, put in place, from grazing permits to the national level.
Western Wildlife Outreach provides science-based information to community groups about the ecology, biology, and behavior of grizzly bears, black bears, cougars, and gray wolves, and the low level of risk associated with living with them.
2022 Conference T-shirts
An annual fundraiser and collector’s item for the Conference, our 2022 conference t-shirts are printed on 100% organic cotton, sweatshop free, USA-made, unisex, super soft Royal Apparel jersey tees in slate gray with light gray ink.
Hand screenprinted by local Portland artist Printed Matter.
Two Action Alerts for Northern Rockies Wolves: July 21
This Thursday, July 21, Endangered Species Coalition is holding a White House Phone Jam for Wolves. Let’s flood the White House comment line with dozens of phone calls about wolves throughout the day! Tell President Biden that we want him to take a stand for wolves. Sign up here to get a reminder with the phone number to call and talking points.
July 21st is also the deadline to submit comments on Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks 2022-23 Wolf Proposal. Last year, 270 wolves were killed in Montana, 21 of whom lived primarily in Yellowstone. We must speak out to protect Montana’s wolves.
Wolves of the Rockies recently sent out this handy step-by-step guide to submitting comments for this action, including links to relevant documents and talking points.
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