Dec 16, 2022
96% of wolves in the Northern Rockies live in the working wild: public and private lands where people and wildlife share the landscape. But who pays the cost of supporting biodiversity on the landscape? To find out, we explore the economics of our food system and take a look at how one ranch family is getting creative in order to share the landscape with wolves and maintain open space.
New York Times The Daily podcast episode on prices in the beef market: “Who do you want controlling your food?”
John and Weston Helle’s wool apparel company, Duckworth
The Ruby Valley Strategic Alliance
Cole Mannix’s enterprise: Old Salt Co-op
Lesli Allison’s Director’s Letter in On Land: “Working lands are the future of conservation”