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Free Events: Wolves in California: The Long Journey Home

Sunday, Jan 28, 2018 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Chico Masonic Family Center (Map)


California is excited to celebrate the beginning of what could be one of our state's most inspiring conservation stories: the return of the gray wolf, after being absent for decades following extirpation by humans. As a keystone predator, wolves provide a critical balance to the ecosystem in which they belong. To prepare for the return of wolves in California, the California Wolf Center is working to forge a visionary path for wolf recovery that focuses on solutions, instead of the conflict that often pervades wolf recovery elsewhere. No other animal in history has so captured the imagination of people than the wolf! Come learn about the true nature of this dynamic predator and what the return of this iconic species means to our golden state.


Bre Owens

Bre Owens, Chair of the CA Working Circle Council, is part of a coordinated effort supported by ranchers in Northern California, the California Wolf Center, and state and federal agencies to implement a variety of tools to reduce the potential for conflict between wolves and livestock. She raises cattle and sheep, in addition to being the Coordinator for the Rangeland Watershed Initiative at Point Blue Conservation Science, which is a partnership program with the Natural Resources Conservation Service. Bre grew up in Butte County and loves to work with collaboratively-minded diverse groups to implement viable, effective working lands conservation that supports both rural and urban communities.

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