Wolves and humans have a complicated relationship, and where they live together conflict often follows. This program addresses the nature of these conflicts and the role wildlands play in this relationship. By discussing the myths and misinformation that have contributed to fear and misunderstanding of wolves, we will explore ways we can work toward a goal of co-existence. This program is recommended for 7th grade and up.
Due to the high volume of students and families now learning at home, we are offering two WolfLink programs a month free for families and homeschool students through the end of the 2020-2021 school year. These programs are hosted as Zoom meetings, where all participants have video and audio enabled and can choose whether or not to use video and/or audio. You will receive a link for the Zoom meeting in your confirmation.
For a full schedule of upcoming programs, please visit our website!
Limit: 30 participants per program