U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Initiates Effort for a National Dialogue Around Working Landscapes and Gray Wolves and Thriving Communities and Cultures

From U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service:

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today launched a new effort to create and foster a national dialogue around how communities can live with gray wolves (Canus lupus) to include conflict prevention, long-term stability and community security.

To foster the long-term conservation of wolves and address the concerns of varied communities, the Service recognizes a need to bring interested members of the public together for transparent and thoughtful conversations. These discussions will include those who live with wolves and those who do not but want to know they have a place on the landscape.


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