RESTORE THE WOLF & PROPOSITION 114
WHY RESTORE THE WOLF?
Colorado has been missing the wolf for 75 years. Some come and go, but in order to restore the balance, and have long-term success, a plan to reintroduce them is necessary.
Wolves help with the balance of nature in our ecosystem
It will greatly improve our economy in depressed areas where wolves will be reintroduced west of the Continental Divide
They are native to our state
WHAT IS PROPOSITION 114?
Colorado’s Proposition 114 marks the first time that voters, not the federal government, would direct state wildlife managers to script a recovery plan for wolves.
By voting YES on Proposition 114, we are taking politicians out of the picture and instead directing Colorado Parks and Wildlife to develop, with public input, a science-based plan to safely reintroduce wolves across our 17-million acres of public land in a manner that respects ranchers and begins the process of restoring Colorado's natural balance for our future generations.
Some Goals Include:
For CPW to develop a plan to reintroduce gray wolves
Hold hearings across the state to gather information
Put wolves on the ground by 2023
COLORADO WOLF CO-EXISTENCE FUND
WHAT IS THIS FUND FOR?
To provide resources for the long-term success of the gray wolf in the event Colorado voters elect the wolf on Proposition 114 on November 3rd, 2020.
WHAT WILL THE MONEY BE USED FOR?
• Education • Co-Existence • Wilderness Classes
• Non-Lethal Anti-Predation Resources • Range Riders • Fladry
• Supporting Restoration Efforts • Radio Collars • Expert Fees • Research