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Wolves Without Boundaries

Organized by Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project
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Gildan Softstyle Jersey T-shirt

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All funds raised will go directly to GRAND CANYON WOLF RECOVERY PROJECT .
54 items sold
$740 raised
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
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Gildan Softstyle Jersey T-shirt
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  • Wolves Without Boundaries Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - small
  • Wolves Without Boundaries Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - small
  • Wolves Without Boundaries Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - small
Organized by Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project

About this campaign

The Grand Canyon region in northern Arizona and southern Utah has been identified by science as necessary for Mexican wolf recovery. Science also shows that wolves are important for restoring the ecological health of our wildlands. But current reintroduction rules do not allow Mexican gray wolves to live north of Interstate-40. Show your support for Wolves Without Boundaries! This new logo design was created especially for the Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project by Jane Muller.

The Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project emerged in 2004 from the combined efforts of conservation organizations committed to wolf recovery in the Grand Canyon region. Today, we are a non-profit organization partnering with other conservation groups to support the return of wolves. By creating meaningful opportunities for the public to learn about wolves, experience their habitat first-hand, and engage in policy decision-making, we are making positive grassroots change to achieve an educated and motivated regional community to support wolf restoration. We envision a thriving and growing population of wild wolves roaming freely and safely across the region’s healthy landscape.

We all depend on our natural ecosystems. Each plant and animal is important. Let's work together to restore the balance. Join us to make the Grand Canyon region ready for the return of the wolf!

Supporters

Emily Renn 3 items

Wolves can't read maps! It is ridiculous to impose boundary rules on wide-ranging mammals. Time to start letting wild, endangered animals have the freedom to roam where they need to go to survive.

Bob kuhnert 1 item

I want help restore wolves wherever possible.

Lisa Houska 1 item

As a longtime advocate for wolves I firmly believe we must allow all animals including apex predators to have their rightful and very necessary place in the environment.

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Linda Ellen Sabino 2 items

I feel that wolves are one of the most persecuted animal we are luck enough to shear this earth with and I would like to see this changed, they are a very important part to our natural eco system, and some day I would love to see them...

Tricia Wardlaw 1 item
Patricia Forsyth 2 items

We first heard of the project to reintroduce wolves when we were in Yellowstone and then again in the Grand Canyon. We feel it is very important for the whole ecosystem to protect the top predators. They are magnificent animals.

Nancy Kuyper Lashutka 1 item + $10

I believe that thriving wolf packs are critical to healthy habitats and ecosystems.

Anonymous 1 item
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