In Wisconsin, residents can directly participate in the state’s wildlife decision-making process by voting or nominating yourself (or others) for election with the state’s Conservation Congress at a local Department of Natural Resources Spring Hearings.
At the hearing, residents can vote on a broad array of wildlife policies, including cruel wolf hounding, where trophy hunters release packs of radio-collared dogs to run down wolves, a practice that virtually guarantees violent, deadly wolf-dog fights.
On Monday, April 8, 2013 at 6:45 p.m., every county in Wisconsin will hold elections. Not sure where to go? Find the address for your county's meeting here. Have more questions? Click here.
RSVP today to lend your voice for animals and make a difference in Wisconsin! Be sure to bring other wildlife watchers and people who care about animal protection with you for their supportive votes.
Contact Alyson Bodai if you have additional questions.