WDFW hasnt met with Interagency Wolf Committee since 2015 

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WDFW hasnt met with Interagency Wolf Committee since 2015 

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Contact Interagency Wolf Committee

Donny Martorello
Wolf Policy Lead
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
360-902-2515
[email protected]

Interagency Wolf Committee

Wolves present some of the most challenging management issues for several state agencies and Washington tribes. With the wolf population in the state continuing to grow, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is actively working with other state agencies and tribes to utilize effective management practices, minimize conflicts that may occur, and work towards wider public acceptance that is essential for wolf recovery to succeed on a statewide basis.

The Interagency Wolf Committee was created to ensure communication and coordination of management approaches to help inform and enhance wolf management efforts in the state. Specific issues this committee is tasked with include:

  • Monitoring recovery of the wolf population and the impact on prey species.
  • Determining the most effective management practices for wolf recovery.
  • Developing a cooperative approach to wolf management in the state.

Working together with other state agencies and tribes is imperative if wolf recovery is going to be successful in Washington.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Interagency Wolf Committee is to allow interested agencies and tribes to coordinate with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife on their management approaches for wolf recovery and management in the state.

Meeting Calendar and Agendas

Latest meetings

Date Location Meeting Materials
November 18, 2015 Olympia Agenda | Meeting Handouts | Meeting Notes
May 28, 2015 Olympia Agenda | Meeting Handouts | Meeting Notes
March 25, 2015 Olympia Agenda | Meeting Handouts | Meeting Notes

 

Source: Interagency Wolf Committee | Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

One Comment

  1. Susan Clark July 31, 2017 at 12:58 pm - Reply

    I really wish I could, but I am trying to keep the wolves in Michigan safe. The wolf is in danger all across the U.S. and the Senate and Our own President doesn’t care. Our own Government doesn’t care so its up to us to do the job. It’s called educationing our children about the wolf telling them that they have to be here and why.

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