The Wisconsin Conservation Congress (WCC) and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) will hold the WCC 2022 Spring Hearings virtually, allowing the public to submit comments via an online survey from April 11 at 7 p.m. until April 14 at 7 p.m. If you have questions on how to participate, you can review The WCC and WDNR’s FAQ on how to participate virtually.
The WCC and WDNR have provided a list of questions on various natural resources issues affecting Wisconsin. Key issues that will be of concern to Timber Wolf Alliance include a population goal of 350 for wolves in the Wisconsin (#29), use of dogs to hunt wolves (#44), and wildlife killing contests (#35 and #45).
The Timber Wolf Alliance encourages use of the best available science to inform wildlife conservation and management policy decisions in Wisconsin. The Spring Hearing questions provide an opportunity for concerned citizens to provide input on many important policy decisions—particularly regarding gray wolf management and a state wolf population goal. For further context, please read TWA’s Vision for Wolves.
Read about the Spring Hearing questions in advance, and remember to submit your feedback beginning on Monday April 11. Learn more and participate.