2019 Program

Speak for Wolves, August 9-11 2019, Portland, OR

Recordings of select sessions from Speak for Wolves 2019 are available on our YouTube channel 

Friday, August 9Opening Mixer & Fundraiser – Lagunitas Community Room, 237 NE Broadway St #300, Portland, OR Reception with beer, wine, appetizers, poetry, storytelling, music, a silent auction and more!
Saturday, August 10Conference – PSU Native American Student and Community Center, 710 SW Jackson St, Portland, OR  
Jill Fritz
– Humane Society of the United States: Banning Wildlife Killing Contests
Haley Stewart and Amanda Wight – Humane Society of the United States: Debunking Myths: Social and Ecological Truths about North American Large Carnivores
Joanie Beldin and Sheila RedmanWolfWays: a wolf education program designed for children Pre-K through 8th grade
Chiara Rose – Pacific Coast Organizer, Endangered Species Coalition: The Return of the Sea Wolf
Alexandra Monson – Litigation Fellow, Animal Legal Defense Fund: Letters to Litigation
Lynn Cullens – Executive Director, Mountain Lion Foundation: Overcoming the Heavy Weight of Tradition and the Persisting Structures of Bureaucracy
Amaroq Weiss – Senior West Coast Wolf Advocate, Center for Biological Diversity: Wolf Activism: An Expression of Our Deepest Selves
Sunday, August 11Film Screening & Panel Discussion- Multnomah County Central Library, US Bank Room, 801 SW 10th Ave, Portland, OR
Call to the Wild: Why Wolves Howl
Intro to Pacific Wild and #SaveBCWolves campaign
Great Bear Rainforestfilm screening
Panel Discussion:
When Art and Activism Collide: Impact in Challenging Times, Lindsay Marie Stewart – Creative Director, Pacific Wild, and Laurie McConnell – “Systems Wrangler” and Community Outreach Specialist, Pacific Wild
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