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    Representing land stewards on Colorado wolf advisory group

    We thought you might enjoy this short interview that aired on the Colorado Howl radio show, produced by KDUR Durango. It features WLA’s programs director, Hallie Mahowald, who is on the Colorado Parks and Wildlife stakeholder advisory group (SAG) for the reintroduction and management of wolves in Colorado. 

    In 2020, Coloradans voted to reintroduce wolves to the western half of the state. As you’ll hear in this short segment, Hallie is working to ensure that landowners, producers, and land managers have a seat at the table in this critical process, and making sure that they have the tools and resources available to share the landscape with wolves, which are already dispersing into North Park from Wyoming.

    Thanks to Colorado Howl producer and host, Raymond Toney, for letting us share this episode. You can find more episodes of the Colorado Howl here.

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    Join the Working Wild Challenge’s practitioners’ call

    Are you a rancher or land steward that deals with wolf, grizzly bear and elk conflict? If so, you should check out our monthly practitioners’ call. The Working Wild Challenge Practitioners’ Call is a group of multi-tasking ranchers dealing with wolf, grizzly bear and elk conflict that meet over lunch on the first Tuesday (at Noon MT, 11am PT) of each month.

    If you are a land steward and would like to join the conversation, visit the Working Wild Challenge page.

    That’s all for now folks. Stay tuned for more episodes of On Land coming to your feed soon.


    On Land is a production of Western Landowners Alliance, a non-profit that advances policies and practices that sustain working lands, connected landscapes and native species. Learn more about WLA here.

    Produced by Zach Altman

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    Zach holds a B.S in Geology from the University of Cincinnati. During his adventures studying Earth processes, he fell in love with the people and landscapes of the American West. He lives with his wife and dog in their self-built tiny house outside of Bozeman, Montana.