Life on the Range, a five-part educational series on wolves from the Idaho Rangeland Resources Commission, features comments by John Freemuth, a professor in the Department of Public Policy and Administration, and executive director of the Cecil D. Andrus Center for Public Policy.
Freemuth’s comments in Part 1 of the series, “provide great analysis what was at play during the wolf hearings and wolf reintroduction discussions,” said Steve Stuebner, series writer and producer.
The commission will release the series with a story each week through May. Watch Part 1 online: https://idrange.org/range-stories/central-idaho/wolves-part-1-history-of-wolves/
– E and E News quoted Freemuth in a May 3 story, “Idaho’s Fulcher: I’m not a bomb thrower.”
– The recent Andrus Center for Public Policy conference, Energy, Salmon, Agriculture, and Community: Can We Come Together?, continues to attract news coverage: Read more: https://myemail.constantcontact.com/Energy–Salmon–Agriculture-and-Community–a–Salmonsolution.html?soid=1103272365965&aid=ZpeCEHLoZ5A