Info for Taking Action
Minnesota is home to the largest original and most biologically diverse wolf population remaining in the lower 48 United States. The vast majority (79%) of Minnesotans view the wolf as an asset and think it should be protected for future generations. Wolves have been historically a persecuted species and vocal special interest groups maintain a position of animosity towards wolves today.
State legislative and wildlife policies have been designed to facilitate recreational wolf killing to cater to special interest groups; not designed to protect wolves as an important state asset and ensure their long-term survival. Wolves are unique creatures that capture the wild spirit of our north woods but they need strong advocates to stand up against this anti-wolf agenda. Get informed about the issue by reading our Fact Sheet and MN Wolf Brief.