Michel Meuret, animal ecologist, is senior researcher at INRAE, France. His work is with family farmers and herders, focusing on the grazing practices that positively impact animal feeding and biodiversity conservation on rangeland. He coordinates a research network about coadaptation processes between livestock, predators and humans.

Considering the failure of nonlethal means to protect herds against wolves in France—more than 1,000 animals killed per year over the past 10 years; 12,000 total losses in 2017—researcher Michel