Group plans rally to protest Minnesota wolf season

The Northwoods Wolf Alliance, a grassroots coalition of Anishinaabeg people and their allies working to protect the gray wolf, will hold a rally and march starting at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12. The group wants to stop Minnesota’s wolf season, which opens Nov. 9.

Here’s the Wolf Walk 2013 schedule, according to event organizers:

2 p.m. — Gathering at the Civic Center Plaza.

3 p.m.– Rally at Civic Center. Speakers will include Robert DesJarlait of Protect Our Manoomin; Reyna Crow of Northwoods Wolf Alliance and Idle No More Duluth; Skip Sandman, Anishinaabeg elder and candidate for Duluth City Council; Howard Goldman, Minnesota Director of the Humane Society of the United States; Barry Babcock, environmental activist and deer hunter; Melissa Smith of Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf; Bob Shimek of the Anishinaabe Wolf Consortium and Anishinaabe elder and environmental activist.

4 p.m. — WOLF WALK 2013 begins from the Civic Center in Duluth and travels to Canal Park.


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  1. With all my heart I hope you find logic in their madness. If I could only be there but my thoughts what you are doing and you will always have my support for our wolves xx

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