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Idaho’s New Law To Eradicate Wolves: Some Lessons For Environmental Communication

A new law in Idaho permits killing over 90 percent of the state’s wolves

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In Idaho in early May (May 5 2021), Republican Governor Brad Little signed into law a bill that allows people to kill more than 90% of the state’s wolf population, estimated to be around 1,500 wolves.




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Gavin Lamb, PhD

Gavin Lamb, PhD

I’m a researcher and writer in ecolinguistics and environmental communication. Get my weekly digest of nature writing ideas/tools: https://wildones.substack.com

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