Washington State Farm Bureau Report State Fish & Wildlife promises to give one business day notice before using lethal protocol to remove problem wolves in order to allow environmental groups time to seek a restraining order.
Washington State Farm Bureau Report The state Department of Fish and Wildlife's newly expanded 18 member Wolf Advisory Group met recently to begin the process of addressing wolf management related issues.
Washington State Farm Bureau Report Wolf advisory group representing ranchers, environmentalists and other stakeholders is working with consultant Francine Madden, co-founder and executive director of the Human-Wildlife Conflict Collaboration.
Land & Livestock Report The Washington Wolf Advisory Group met last week and were introduced to the recently hired wildlife-conflict specialist to hopefully reduce the tensions resulting from Washington's ever growing wolf population.
Washington State Farm Bureau Report New Agriculture Water Quality Advisory Committee is working on a guidance document that will outline how producers can manage livestock to comply with state and federal clean water regulations.