We're troubled by this action. And we need your help!
- Speak up at a Fish and Game Commission meeting.
- Make a gift so that we can speak up for you.
- Send an email with your comments.
Years ago, ICL decided to trust that Fish and Game would follow through with its promise to manage wolves like other big game.
But this eradication action violates both wilderness and wolf management ethics, so ICL has stepped up. Fish and Game should not attempt to make the Frank Church Wilderness—or even one portion of it—a predator-free fiefdom for a local outfitter.
How You Can Help
- Speak up! Testify at the Idaho Fish and Game Commission meeting in Boise, Wed, Jan 15, 7 pm, at IDFG headquarters (600 S Walnut). Sign in to speak at 6:15. ICL is hosting a practice session that same day at 5 pm at our Boise office (710 N 6th).RSVP if you're interested in testifying or meeting ahead of time.
- Support our work! Make a gift today and strengthen our ability to speak on your behalf. Your gift will help keep the Frank wild for wolves.
- Email your comments! Learn more and use our form to share your thoughts with the Idaho Fish and Game Commission. Be respectful, thoughtful and courteous, but do not shy away from telling the Commission what you think.
Experience the remarkable story of wolves in wilderness. Watch an excellent episode of Nature called "River of No Return".
...to our partners at Advocates for the West for theiroutstanding legal work elevating this issue. A nonprofit environmental law firm, Advocates for the West provides expert legal services to conservation groups at no charge.
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