What if I told you that you could help secure more than 8,000 acres of land for the San Mateo pack of Mexican wolves to roam freely and safely?
WildEarth Guardians is paying a public lands rancher to retire his national forest grazing permit—once and for all. Doing so means wolves won’t be slaughtered for killing cows on that piece of public land, because there won’t be any cows on that land.
We’ve done this before. In 2014, we completed our first grazing retirement, resulting in 44 square miles of now livestock-free and wolf-friendly public lands in the heart of the wild Southwest.
With only 113 Mexican wolves left in the wild at last count, we don’t have much time. Our innovative solution, pioneered by WildEarth Guardians, addresses the number one threat to wolves: conflict with public lands ranchers.