Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin’s Empowering Youth Program for K-12 school age children is the best possible way to ensure the future for Wisconsin’s wild wolf.
Help Wisconsin’s wild wolf by becoming a peer youth educator in your school. Contact email: email@example.com
Since 1998 I’ve been working with youth in schools educating about Wisconsin’s wild wolf. That’s almost two decades of wolf education. Many lessons took place outside on the school lawn teaching kindergarten students howl to howl like a wolf. Sixth graders were fascinated by wolf pack hierarchy. Through education these young people gained an appreciation & understanding for the wolf. Education is the key to preserving wolves & wilderness for generations to come.
Wolves are a part of Wisconsin’s wild legacy. Help your friends & peers understand how the gray wolf keeps our forest ecosystems in balance.
Catch the Wave-We have all the resources you’ll need to begin your Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Empowering Peer Youth Program as a wolf educator in your school.