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Summit Biographies

…(2003-2010). His extensive experience in both state government and nonprofit organizations includes serving as executive director of two statewide river organizations, policy director for the Ohio Attorney General and senior policy analyst for the Wisconsin Department of Justice . Todd was the lead negotiator for the State of Wisconsin during…

Northland College alum Dan Norris at the Bridgeton Landfill site in St. Louis

Monitoring Atomic City

Environmental Specialist Dan Norris '05 on Bridgeton Landfill

…as an environmental specialist, specializing in investigation and cleanup of hazardous waste sites. Q. You are a witness for the State of Missouri in a legal case regarding the landfill. Why? A. In 2013 the State of Missouri filed a lawsuit against owners Republic Services and Bridgeton Landfill. Although the…

Education Major Danon Briggs

Education

…they love it! We are the only college in the state to offer this much undergraduate time in the classroom—double what the state requires. You will complete this residency before you start student teaching. Student Teaching You will receive 12 credits for a student teaching semester that includes eighteen weeks…

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Wolf Status Reports

…on region) state and federal agencies survey and monitor gray wolf populations. These reports summarize the best available information on the status of gray wolves in specific regions in the United States. Alaska is home to the largest population of gray wolves in the United States. Wolves occur throughout their…

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TWA Responds to State Bill 602/AB712

…our region. This bill’s prohibition on the enforcement of state or federal laws related to the management or killing of wolves would seriously undermine this partnership and wolf management activities in the state. 3) Disregarding Tribal Concerns in Wolf Conservation: The wolf plays an important role in the culture of…

Deer exclosure-Bayfield County

Wisconsin’s Disappearing Forest

Prof Sarah Johnson researches the botanical realities of deer browse

…what young men did and then watching an old wolf fade, the “fierce green fire dying in her eyes.” In his final paragraphs, Leopold warns of an ecosystem out of balance: Since then I have lived to see state after state extirpate its wolves. I have watched the face of…

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Buffalo News Editorial: Battle is brewing

…scenes that Michigan and New York had softened their positions, thanks to some last-minute tweaks to Lowell’s application. But the day before the vote, Michigan shocked the state of Indiana—and Governor Evan Bayh—by releasing a statement saying that Engler planned to deny Lowell’s application. The Great Lakes states convened by…

Sigurd Olson Speeches

…was at least seriously considered saving. Every great area of its kind is waging the same battle. The Yellowstone is now having one of its greatest fights. The only force in the United States that can put the Superior National where it belongs as a national park and forever inviolate…

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WPT: Frequent Changes in Management Policy Escalate Wolf Debate

states. Additionally, state wildlife officials sometimes have had the authority to kill depredating wolves — those that kill livestock or pets — and sometimes have not. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources reported on June 16 that the state’s wolf population had reached a record high of between 866 and…

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Tug of War Over Wolves

…“slow transition” from federal protection to state management rather than going from full protection to a game species or vice versa—overnight. They also recommend that states avoid prescriptive harvest legislation. The Wisconsin state legislature prescribed many aspects of the wolf harvest via legislation rather than through the traditional rule-making processes…