e-newsletter: December 2011 E-Newsletter
Purchase the 2011 WY Conservation Print & Stamp from NRCC. All proceeds go to wolverine research!
publication: Now online - the classic 1989 NRCC publication Rare, Sensitive, and Threatened Species of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
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publication: Large Scale Conservation, published by Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, features papers by several NRCC affiliates including Susan Clark, David Cherney, Tanya Rosen, and Richard Wallace.
Download our wolverine track ID card before your next venture into the high backcountry. Contact us for a heavy-duty laminated pocket version: email@example.com or 307-733-6856.
e-newsletter: Fall 2010 E-Newsletter: Focus & Expansion
Research associate Seth Wilson quoted in the Missoulian in regards to wolf and grizzly litigation.
e-newsletter: Winter 2010 E-News - Gearing Up for Growth
Research associate Tanya Rosen was recently appointed Vice-Chair of the Transboundary Specialist Group of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas as well as Managing Editor of the International Bear News - the Newsletter of the IBA/IUCN Bear Specialist Group.
We are launching our new website. Feedback welcome to lydia (at) nrccooperative.org.
Project Manager Rebecca Watters will be returning to Mongolia this summer to conduct preliminary field research on wolverine, following up on her work there last summer. She is partially funded by Pursue Balance. Read more in her blog.
press release: $100,000 matching donation challenge achieved (11.15.09)
Last August, research associates Tanya Rosen and Steve Primm organized a workshop at the Sun West Ranch on coexisting with carnivore in the Madison Valley, Montana. Jason Wilmot, NRCC executive director, also attended. Read more about this workshop on p. 23 of the November, 2009 issue of International Bear News.
NRCC moved into our new office at 185 Center Street, above High Country Flies, one block off of the town square in downtown Jackson!