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Finding Common Ground Between Ranching and Wolf Restoration

April 5, 2024
5:30-7:30 PM
Longs Peak Room 302
Lory Student Center

Join us for a panel discussion with government officials, nonprofit representatives, CSU researchers, and livestock producers working together to minimize wolf-livestock conflicts in Colorado. Learn how these diverse perspectives can enhance coexistence efforts, both among wolves and livestock, as well as wolves and people. This panel will highlight pathways to reduce conflict, common goals between ranching and wolf restoration, and how that might shape Colorado’s future. Our goal is to foster compassion and support for individuals learning to live with wolves. This event is free and open to the public.

Katie Schneider, Defenders of Wildlife
Dr. Mirelle Gonzalez, CSU Center for Human Carnivore Coexistence
Adam Baca, Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Jo Stanko, Colorado Rancher & Colorado Department of Agriculture
Mike Ensley, Working Circle

Why Attend?
– Connect with and learn from experts working on wolf-livestock conflict minimization
– Learn about upcoming opportunities to get involved
– Free pizza and beverages!


Apr 05 2024


5:30 pm - 7:30 pm


Lory Student Center
Fort Collins, CO