Western Landowners Alliance (WLA) has a new Landowners Guide titled “Reducing Conflict with Grizzly Bears, Wolves, and Elk”. The new guide offers a variety of solutions to predator conflict through personal experiences with people, livestock, and wildlife.
Landowners are tasked with managing a wild and working landscape that sustains both people and wildlife. Each of the contributors to this guide brings a wealth of real-world experience in ranching and wildlife management. Some ride daily among grizzlies. Others spend nights on the range among wolves. Out of necessity and interest, they are innovators and close observers of wildlife, livestock and people. They know first-hand the difference between what looks good on paper and what works on the ground.
There are a couple ways to get a copy of this publication:
WLA is a landowner-led network dedicated to the health and prosperity of working lands in the American West. WLA advances policies and practices that sustain working lands, connected landscapes, and native species.