CFB ALERT: CPW HOSTS 2ND WOLF EDUCATIONAL SESSION ON MAY 20TH – PRE-REGISTER TODAY!
Session 2: Reintroduction Logistics and Lessons Learned
The purpose of the educational sessions is to provide the Commission and members of the public with a common understanding of what went into the considerations and the logistics for the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone and Central Idaho in the mid-1990s. The presenters will share their real-world experiences about establishing and managing wolves in the Northern Rockies.
Speakers will include:
- Ed Bangs (retired U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) will describe the logistics of planning for and reintroducing wolves to Yellowstone and Central Idaho.
- Mike Jimenez (retired U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) will present biological lessons learned from the reintroduction.
Pre-registration is required for those who wish to see the presentation live by clicking this link. Upon registering, participants will receive an email with a link to access the session. All sessions will be recorded and available for members of the public who wish to view the sessions later.
There will be one more educational session in June. This presentation will cover livestock conflict management.
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A Collective Effort
The Colorado Farm Bureau provides an organization in which members may secure the benefits of a united front, in a way which could never be accomplished through individual effort. Members work together to identify common problems and create solutions for the betterment of all. Involvement in Farm Bureau is the embodiment of civic engagement and a pure expression of our first amendment rights.
Farm Bureau is truly a bottom-up organization. It provides the opportunity for members to gather at the county level, discuss their concerns, and develop ways to resolve their problems. The members make final decisions regarding the policy direction of the organization on issues such as property rights, taxes, water rights, regulations, use of public lands, the environment, food and nutrition, education, international trade, transportation, energy and many others.
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