Amaroq Weiss from the West Coast Wolf Organizer, Center for Biological Diversity shares her knowledge about wolves
Preceding Druid Peak at 7pm Amaroq Weiss from the Center for Biological Diversity will be speaking to us about wolves. She will also be available after the film to answer questions.
Amaroq Weiss is the West Coast Wolf Organizer for the Center for Biological Diversity, covers wolf issues in California, Oregon and Washington as well as in the northern Rockies and on the federal front, and has worked in wolf conservation for over 17 years. She was a stakeholder representative in the process that helped draft Oregon’s wolf conservation and management plan, and is currently a stakeholder representative in the same process now underway in California. Her background as a biologist, former lawyer and rural resident provides a well-rounded perspective on wolves, and the biological, cultural and political issues surrounding this species. Amaroq has a B.S. from Iowa State University, and M.S. from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a J.D. from University of California Hastings.
Marni Zelnick / EcoCInema / USA / 2014 / Nature, News / 111 minsDruid Peak is a coming of age story about a troubled teen who finds a home for himself tracking wolves in the wild lands of Wyoming. Starring Spencer Treat Clark, Andrew Wilson and Rachel Korine, the film features breakout performances and some of the most stunning landscapes in the American West.