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Colorado Wolf Restoration: Restore the Balance, Restore the Wild

August 13, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Coloradans have a historic opportunity this November to vote for restoring a natural balance to 17 million acres of Colorado’s public lands by restoring gray wolves to western Colorado.

If you are, or become, a registered Colorado voter, you have a stake in the outcome of this grassroots effort, no matter where you live in Colorado.

Join us in a new webinar that explores restoring wolves to Colorado’s wildlands, and how Proposition 114 (formerly 107) advances that effort. SJCA’s Wildlife Program Manager, Gary Skiba, will be presenting on the impacts of wolf predation on prey species. We look forward to seeing you there!


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Zoom access is provided with your registration

Enjoy four insightful talks by a knowledgeable panel, and a moderated Q&A session:

  • “Why Restore the Gray Wolf to Colorado?” – Diana Tomback, Professor of forest ecology and conservation biology, UC Denver
  • “Livestock Management for Coexistence With Wolves” – Matt Barnes, Rangeland scientist and livestock-carnivore coexistence specialist; Research Associate, Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative
  • “Wolf Predation and Impact on Prey” – Gary Skiba, Wildlife Program Manager, San Juan Citizens Alliance
  • “Proposition 114:  What You Need To Know”– Brian Duchinsky, Conservation Chair, Headwaters Group

As a bonus, in partnership with producer/director Collin Monda, we are offering all registrants a free, online screening of his award-winning documentary, “The Trouble With Wolves”. To see the film, you must first register for the webinar.

See you August 13th!


August 13, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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