WCPS offers educational and information sharing workshops and community meetings throughout the Pacific West and Rocky Mountain region. These efforts focus on the principles that WCPS supports while encouraging 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 whom have practiced and experimented in regenerative agriculture practices.
WCPS also offers limited sponsorships to individual landowners to participate in multi-day clinics in Tom Miner Basin, Montana. Stockmanship for Sustainable Ranching Low Stress Livestock Handling Rekindling the Herd Behavior Horsemanship Working Dogs Wolves and Livestock Interaction Ranch Resiliency Wildlife Tracking Landscape Monitoring ~ Additional multi-day workshops are offered in California, Southern Oregon, and Colorado on a variety of topics and focuses.
Recommended Readings: Revolution on the Range, The Rise of the New Ranch, Courtney White Wolves on the Hunt; The Behavior of Wolves Hunting Wild Prey, L. David Mech, Douglas W. Smith, Daniel R. MacNulty Stockmanship and Handling Cattle on the Range, Steve Cote