Category Archives: Event for wolves

“Medicine of the Wolf” will be screened this Thursday, July 20th, at the Black Earth Public Library 

Co-sponsored by Friends of the Black Earth PL and Briana Burns Memorial, Black Earth Public Library Event 

Medicine of the Wolf: Movie Screening and Discussion with Peter David and Patricia McConnell. 

Thursday,  July 20, 2017 – 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Black Earth Public Library address & contact information click HERE 1210 Mills Street, PO Box 347, Black Earth, WI 53515 (608) 767-4905

Medicine of the Wolf, Produced and Directed by Julia Huffman featuring renowned NG Photographer Jim Brandenburg.  Medicine of the Wolf takes you into wolf country to pursue the intrinsic value of brother wolf and our forgotten promise to him. The film features captivating footage and testimony from world renowned wildlife photographer, Jim Brandenburg.

 The film is 75 minutes and will be followed by discussion with Peter David and Patricia McConnell. 
The film is 75 minutes and will be followed by discussion with Peter David and Patricia McConnell.

Peter David is a wildlife biologist with the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission. He has written a chapter in Recovery of Gray Wolves in the Great Lakes Region of the United States on “Ma’iingan and the Ojibwe” in which he explores the significance of wolf recovery in the western Great Lakes region to one group of people—those known to others as the Ojibwe or Chippewa, and to themselves as the Anishinabe. He will discuss the implications of this relationship on wolf policy in Wisconsin.

Patricia McConnell, PhD, is an internationally known zoologist and Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist who has treated behavior problems in dogs for over twenty-five years. She speaks around the world about canine behavior and training, and is the author of fourteen books, including the critically acclaimed The Other End of the Leash: Why We Do What We Do around Dogs. Her memoir, The Education of Will: a Mutual Memoir of a Woman and Her Dog was released in February 2017. She lives with her dogs and husband on a small farm near Madison, Wisconsin and has worked with others for several years toward the inclusion of science and soul in policy decisions regarding the management of wolves.


Medicine of the Wolf Facebook Page click HERE

Medicine of the Wolf featuring captivating footage and testimony from world renown wildlife photographer, Jim Brandenburg, a filmmaker travels into wolf country to pursue the intrinsic value of brother wolf and its forgotten promise to him. Produced and directed by Julia Huffman. 

Howling For Wolves Wolf Day 2017 MN Capital, Wednesday, March 22, 2017 – 10:00


When: Wednesday, March 22, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (doors open 9:30 AM)

Noon Rally in Rotunda (lets fill it with wolf howls too!)
Where: Minnesota State Capitol, Saint Paul, MN, Basement room and Rotunda
Wolf Day 2017 is in the newly-renovated Capitol Building.

Volunteers are needed before and on Wolf Day. Write us at to help.
Click here to: RSVP TODAY  to advocate and stand up for the wolf! 
Get a free specially designed T-shirt in 100% organic cotton

Come stand for the wolf, join other wolf advocates and tell your lawmaker to protect the wolf. Minnesota’s and the Great Lakes wolves need us to advocate and speak for them with Minnesota state lawmakers in St. Paul. The wolf may soon lose federal protections and the drum beat for wolf hunting that uses cruel methods will begin again. This 2017 legislative session we intend to introduce bills that include but are not limited to supporting nonlethal wolf livestock conflict prevention methods and eliminating all wildlife snaring. This is the first year of the two year session. As a Constituent, you are vital to persuade lawmakers to protect the wolf. The wolf needs us to speak for her and her pack. 
Please accept our new shirt designed just for this day. While we know some people may not want a new shirt, we ask that everyone wear a wolf shirt (older ones too) to let lawmakers know we are there for the wolf. We will have a bus from Duluth and encourage people to relax for the trip and take the bus.
Volunteers are needed before and on Wolf Day. We need people to help with set up and take down and distributing materials and others willing to stand in places throughout the office buildings to be seen and to direct people.

Click HERE for more information about Wolf Day.
Click HERE to download and share the Keep the pack intact poster.