Sustainability in Prisons Project – visiting Wolf Haven’s prairie

This is a wonderful blog post written about The Evergreen State College and WA State Department of Corrections Sustainability in Prisons Project.  Inmate technicians were able to see first-hand the rare prairie that they are helping to restore. So many groups in the Pacific Northwest are dedicated to preserving and restoring our disappearing native prairies and we at Wolf Haven are grateful to all of them.

CLICK HERE to READ AND SEE PHOTOS of Sustainability in Prison’s Project prairie work.

 

Text by Jeanne Dodds, SPP Prairie Conservation Nursery Coordinator for Washington Corrections Center for Women and Photos by Ricky Osborne

June World of Wolves – Eight red wolf pups!

In 2016, five red wolf pups were born at Wolf Haven (four survived). The following spring, eight red wolf pups were born – TO THE SAME PARENTS! F1945 (Nash) and M1482 (Tala) are now the proud parents of twelve offspring.