2020 Online Conference, August 14-16, 2020
Speak for Wolves 2020 will be held virtually. Live webinar access details will be e-mailed to all registrants prior to the conference. You can register here to secure a spot.
This year’s conference webinars will be recorded and made available to view afterwards.
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Friday, August 14th
|11 – 11:15am||Welcome, Opening Remarks|
|11:15am – 12pm||Quinn Read, Center for Biological Diversity|
Working with State Agencies: Commission Reform
|12 – 1pm||BREAK|
|1 – 2pm||Carlos A López González, Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro, Mexico|
Mexican Wolf Reintroduction in Northern Mexico: Experiences and Challenges
|2 – 3pm||Noël Purser, Suquamish Tribal Member |
Stories of Wolves and Orcas
|3 – 4pm||Rosie Sanchez, Defenders of Wildlife|
Reintroduction of Wolves to Colorado
Saturday, August 15th
|11am – 12pm||Jill Fritz, Humane Society of the United States|
Current Efforts to End Wildlife Killing Contests and Protect Wolves
|12 – 1pm||Forests for Climate Resilience|
Forest Defense and Anti-colonialism
|1 – 2pm||BREAK|
|2 – 2:45pm||Thomas Knowles, Echo Conservation Society|
Tracking the Echo Creek Wolves: Our Effort to Protect A Wolf Pack in British Columbia
|2:45 – 4pm||BREAK|
|4 – 6pm||The Beaver Believers fundraiser film screening |
followed by Q&A with filmmaker Sarah Koenigsberg
Tickets are separate from conference registration & can be purchased at:
Sunday, August 16th
|11am – 12pm||Michael Robinson, Center for Biological Diversity|
Will Science or Politics Determine the Future of the Mexican Gray Wolf?
|12 – 1pm||Juan Carlos Bravo, Wildlands Network|
Advocating for Wolf Connectivity in the US-Mexico Borderlands
|1 – 2pm||BREAK|
|2 – 3pm||Amaroq Weiss, Center for Biological Diversity|
Wolves in the Pacific West
|3 – 3:15pm||Closing Remarks|
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