opportunity for the American people to unite and demand wildlife
management reform and take steps to restore our national heritage
It's very exciting to have this year's event only a mere weeks away! We wanted to take this time to remind you that you can purchase your tickets for OR7 — The Journey. The screening will take place on Friday August 7.
Tickets are $10 and can also be purchased at the door. Filmmaker
Clemens Schenk and Amaroq Weiss with the Center for Biological Diversity
will will lead a Q&A session following the film. Doors open at 6pm with music by Neil Haverstick. Film begins at 7pm.
OR7 - The Journey film screening
The full-day program on Saturday August 8 is free
and will offer information about the plight of red wolves, the decline
of wolves in Alaska, and the need to reform the McKittrick Policy, which
continues to fail imperiled wildlife species, further hampering their
recovery. The evening portion of the program will offer a look into
efforts to end wildlife killing contests on public and private lands in
We are excited to announce that Louisa Willcox will be joining us on Sunday August 9
for an important presentation on the government's push to strip the
grizzly bear of protections afforded under the Endangered Species Act.
The program will also offer a critique of the role state agencies play
in wildlife management and why there is a strong need for a complete
overhaul of state wildlife management policies. Sunday's
program will also examine the current hazing of the last genetically
pure herd of buffalo in and around Yellowstone National Park. Sunday's program is free, too.