Workshops and Public Meetings
Working Circle offers educational and information-sharing workshops and community meetings throughout the West. These efforts encourages participants to share their experiences so that we may all learn together and gain new insights.
Specific workshops offer the opportunity for folks to engage and learn directly from those who have lived and ranched with wolves and/or who have practiced, experimented, and studied stockmanship practices to reduce conflict and increase ranch resiliency.
Landscape and Wolf Survey Project,
Northern Colorado 2018-2020
Wolf Biologist, Kent Laudon working with wildlife conservation students from Ft. Lewis College, CO.
Outreach and Education
Working Circle promotes greater understanding within similar and among diverse communities. We work to ensure that multiple voices are heard and differing values are honored, that the real, honest, and raw story is told. It is important that we are all willing to broaden the narrative surrounding wolf conservation and sustainable ranching.
We welcome opportunities to speak or participate in conferences and community meetings for both rural and urban audiences. We offer a variety of talks and presentations on the topics we are actively engaged in and the programs we support. Please contact us for more information.
Working Circle supports the next generation that will be the transformative stewards of our earth; thus Working Circle partners with colleges and universities on a variety of student field projects, internships, and programs both in the Pacific West and in Colorado.