FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:December 14, 2020 Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, 314-482-3746, email@example.comMatthew Bishop, Western Environmental Law Center, 406-422-9866, firstname.lastname@example.org Coalition lawsuit: Science says wolverines need protection Today, a coalition of wildlife advocates challenged the Trump Fish and Wildlife Service’s (the Service’s) decision to deny protections to imperiled wolverines under the Endangered Species Act. This is the … Continue reading Lawsuit Filed to Protect Imperiled Wolverine
For Immediate Release April 4, 2015 Contacts: Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, 314-482-3746, email@example.com Matthew Bishop, Western Environmental Law Center, 406-422-9866, firstname.lastname@example.org Bethany Cotton, WildEarth Guardians, 406-414-7227, email@example.com .. Judge Rules Feds Improperly Refused to Protect Wolverines Orders Reconsideration of Safeguards for Species Imperiled by Climate Change .. MISSOULA, Mont. – Today, the federal district court … Continue reading Fed’s Failure to Protect Wolverines Ruled Illegal
Cascadia Wildlands, along with a broad coalition of conservation groups, has filed suit over the Fish and Wildlife Service's failure to list the wolverine on the Endangered Species Act list. The Fish and Wildlife Service officially withdrew its proposal to list the species after applied political pressure from a handful of western states. Only 250-300 … Continue reading Cascadia Sues Over Lack of Federal Protections for the Wolverine
For Immediate Release, August 12, 2014 Contacts: Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, (314) 482-3746 Drew Kerr, WildEarth Guardians, (312) 375-6104 Matthew Bishop, Western Environmental Law Center, (406) 324-8011 Fish and Wildlife Service Plays Politics With Wolverine Survival Conservation Groups Decry Withdrawal of Proposed Endangered Species Act Listing MISSOULA, MONT. — Bowing to political … Continue reading Fish and Wildlife Service Plays Politics With Wolverine Survival
Aggressive hunting, trapping, and agriculturally driven eradication programs formerly decimated carnivore populations across the Pacific Northwest. While efforts have been made in the past by federal agencies to recover some of these species, in most cases funding has been cut, enthusiasm lost, and efforts politically preempted.