PRESS RELEASE: Howling For Wolves to hold “Wolf Pack” meeting in St. Cloud

CONTACT: Dr. Maureen Hackett, Howling For Wolves, 612.250.5915
or Leslie Rosedahl,, 651.353.1818
Howling For Wolves to hold “Wolf Pack” meeting in St. Cloud
(St. Paul, Minn) – Howling For Wolves, a Minnesota-based wolf advocacy organization, announces its “Wolf Pack” meeting in St. Cloud this Saturday, March 17, from 1-3 PM at the St. Cloud Public Library in the Array Community Room.
This meeting is to gather wolf supporters to establish a St. Cloud-area “Wolf Pack.” At the meeting, Howling For Wolves leaders will update attendees on the current legal status of the wolf, discuss various political priorities for the wolf, promote Wolf Day 2018 on April 11 at the Capitol in St. Paul, and highlight current projects and opportunities to become involved in outreach, education, and advocacy on behalf of the wolf.
“The gray wolf is an iconic and important part of Minnesota – and Howling For Wolves is organizing and engaging supporters to join our Wolf Pack to ensure this endangered species’ long-term survival for future generations. We oppose wolf trophy hunting and snaring of all wildlife – which is particularly timely with the recent wolf death due to snaring in Duluth,” says Dr. Maureen Hackett, founder and president of Howling For Wolves, a Minnesota-based wolf advocacy organization.
WHAT:                 Wolf Pack meeting in St. Cloud
WHO:                   Wolf supporters, organized by Howling For Wolves
WHEN:                 Saturday, March 17, 1 -3 PM
WHERE:               St. Cloud Public Library (Array Community Room), 1300 West St. Germain St, St. Cloud
RSVP:                   to
MEDIA:                OPEN PRESS
Howling For Wolves is a Minnesota-based wolf advocacy organization that educates the public about the wild wolf to foster tolerance and to ensure the wolf’s long-term survival. Howling For Wolves opposes recreational wolf hunting and trapping and all wildlife snaring. We currently support the continuation of federal protections for the wolf by the Endangered Species Act. 
March 16, 2018