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 Information Sheets
Check out our 2021 Annual Report, for information about our work on wolves and other carnivores globally!
Check out the new 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. Project Hero is a free online platform that offers standards-oriented and authentic project-based learning experience for empowering and engaging students to take action for wildlife.
View our seminar series and panel discusssion, entitled "Social Justice and Human-Carnivore Coexistence: Considering Indigenous Voices and Rights in Wolf Reintroduction and Management", that was held at CSU on Thursday October 21st 2021. The event included presentations from indigenous leaders and tribal representatives, followed by Q&A. The recording of the event is available to CSU students and faculty for educational purposes. If you are interested in obtaining a copy of the recording, please email email@example.com.
Read policy briefs on Colorado wolf reintroduction written by CHCC graduate students and faculty as part of the Center for Collaborative Conservation Fellows Program
Read our CHCC 2020 Annual Report on our research, education, and outreach efforts regarding Colorado wolf restoration
Watch our Denver Museum of Nature & Science webinar series: Wolves in Colorado: Science & Stories
Watch our October 14 2020 webinar, co-hosted by the Denver Zoo, by Dr. Doug Smith, Wolf Biologist for Yellowstone National Park: Wolf Restoration in Colorado: What Can We Learn from Yellowstone?
Watch our October 21 2020 webinar, co-hosted by the Denver Zoo, a panel discussion with the Global Indigenous Council: Their Voice is Ours: Indigenous Perspectives on the Wolf Nation.