Oregon’s wolf management plan moves forward despite opposition

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After years of contentious meetings, the hiring of an outside facilitator to find common ground among stakeholders and a last minute withdrawal by conservation groups, Oregon’s revised wolf management plan will finally get a vote, nearly five years after it was due.

The revised plan will be sent to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife commission for a final vote in March, according to state officials.<<<Read More>>>