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The Latest On: Wolves

October 29, 2021 | In the News: WUWM

Ojibwe tribes fight Wisconsin wolf hunt in federal court

Christopher Clark, Attorney, Midwest Office, Earthjustice: “It’s important to note that our claims in federal court are on behalf of tribes who have treaty rights under the United States Constitution. Treaties are the supreme law of the land, and so they trump anything that’s going on with respect to the state law issues that are being litigated in Dane County.”

October 11, 2021 | In the News: NowThis Earth

Tackling the Biodiversity Crisis

Timothy Preso, Managing Attorney, Biodiversity Defense Program: “We are creating a future for our kids and grandkids where we are leaving them a world of less wild places, less wild species, and fewer birds, fewer butterflies, fewer of all the things that we have had the benefit of living with during our lifetimes but are rapidly diminishing. But we don't have to stand for that. We don't have to accept that. We have an opportunity now to do something to reverse those trends.”

October 1, 2021 | In the News: The Capital Times

Federal judge sets Oct. 29 hearing in Ojibwe tribes' effort to halt Wisconsin wolf hunt

Gussie Lord, Managing Attorney, Tribal Partnerships Program, Earthjustice: "This case is about Wisconsin’s responsibility to protect and conserve the natural resources we all share. The Ojibwe’s treaty rights guarantee them the ability to coexist with the natural world in the way that they believe is appropriate and necessary to sustain the future generations."