Monthly Archives: July 2022

Suit invites federal judges to change wolf control in Washington

(Sub Req’d) “A lawsuit pending in the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals could upend for the worse how wolves are managed on federal land in Eastern Washington, according to the Washington Cattlemen’s Association. The suit claims the Forest Service dodges its duty to prevent wolf-livestock conflicts in the Colville National Forest, leading state wildlife […]
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Simplot Western Stockmen’s and Simplot Cattle Feeding Scholarships Available

The Western Stockmen’s and Simplot Cattle Feeding Scholarships are available to current Washington Cattlemen’s Association members and members of their family. Applicant must be at sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate level and enrolled full-time at a community college or university in Washington for the 2022/2023 academic year. Major or minor in an Ag related field […]
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July 8, 2022 WDFW News Release: Commission votes for no action on wolf livestock deterrence rule making

OLYMPIA – The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission made a decision to not adopt or amend rules as part of the Wolf Livestock Conflict Deterrence Rule making proposals at its special meeting July 8. The Commission voted to approve the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement Alternative Four, which was the ‘no action alternative’ and does not adopt or amend wolf […]
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