HFW IN THE NEWS: Howling for Wolves hold ‘Wolf Pack’ meeting


DULUTH, MN– A Minnesota group working to preserve the state’s wolf population got together Tuesday to talk about what needs to happen at the capitol and in the forest.

Howling for Wolves held its “Wolf Pack” meeting.  It was an open house to update the public on the current legal status of the wolf, talk political priorities, and highlight current projects and opportunities to become involved in wolf advocacy.

The grey wolf population has gone up and down throughout the years and some lawmakers are proposing a wolf hunt if the population continues to rise which has Howling for Wolves very concerned.

Project Manager Howling For Wolves, Devon Bowker says, “So what we’re trying to do, it’s a proactive campaign. So we are collecting public comments, trying to raise awareness about the issue before the proposal comes down from Fish and Wildlife. That way we can get a jump start on things”

The organization hopes lawmakers will introduce legislation to preserve to the grey-wolf population throughout Minnesota.


March 5, 2019