From the Methow Valley News:
Vic Stokes, who raises cattle on a family ranch southwest of Twisp, figures wolves are here to stay in this part of Washington, but that doesn’t mean he likes it.
“I’m not too unlike the rest of the cattlemen … it’s frustrating to see a large predator that’s so well protected come into the area. We’re just trying to make an adjustment,” said Stokes, a fourth-generation rancher.
“The future says we’re going to have wolves, that’s the way the laws direct, as much as ranchers want to resist this,” he added.