Want to help livestock producers reduce conflict with wolves? Please consider a gift to the Wolf Conflict Reduction Fund!
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CHCC Faculty Paul Evangelista is leading an international initiative to combat the illegal cheetah trade.
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CHCC Faculty Joel Berger travels to Everest to discuss snow leopards, yaks, and climate change.
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CHCC Postdoc (and now USFS Biologist) Mark Ditmer and Faculty George Wittemyer, Stewart Breck, and Kevin Crooks published a study on habitat suitability for wolves in Colorado.
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CHCC Faculty Kevin Crooks, Postdoc Ben Ghasemi, and PhD Candidate Mireille Gonzalez published a study on scientist perspectives towards wolf management in the Western U.S.
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CHCC PhD student Cassandre Venumière-Lefebvre and CHCC advisors Stewart Breck and Kevin Crooks published a systematic map of human-carnivore coexistence.
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CHCC PhD student Matt Hyde published a study refining carbon credits to contribute to large carnivore conservation, focused on jaguars.
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CHCC Postdoc (and now USFS biologist) Mark Ditmer, and CHCC Faculty Rebecca Niemiec, George Wittemyer, and Kevin Crooks published a study on the social-ecological drivers of the vote to reintroduce wolves to Colorado.
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With deepest appreciation to the anonymous Colorado rancher who recently donated $1 million to support the Center for Human-Carnivore Coexistence!  Read the CSU Press Release here.

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Want to learn more about the restoration of wolves in Colorado?

Check out our Colorado Wolves FAQ's and Extension Information Sheets. The Colorado Wolves series provides science-based information regarding the restoration of wolves in Colorado.

Check out our 2021 Annual Report, for information about our work on wolves and other carnivores globally!

Check out our 2020 Annual Report, for information about our work on wolf restoration to Colorado!

Check out the K-12 educational curriculum on Coexisting with Wolves, developed by Captain Planet Foundation's Project Hero with the assistance of the Center for Human-Carnivore Coexistence.

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