Stuff you need to know, 2.3.24

“What Can Americans Agree on? Wolves.”
by Erica Berry, The New York Times
January 30, 2024

Protected by federal law, the wolf became a vessel for ranchers and farmers’ larger resentments about governmental overreach. But in expanding pockets of the West, wildlife officials and conservationists are demonstrating that stakeholders will come together over shared desires to manage the land well and see fewer livestock deaths from wolves.

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Diana Tittle
Diana Tittle

Diana Tittle, a member of the board of Sierra County Public-Interest Journalism Project, was the editor of the Sierra County Sun, the Citizen's precursor. A former resident of Truth or Consequences who now lives part-time in northern New Mexico, she spent her 42-year professional career in Cleveland, Ohio, where she worked as a newspaper reporter, magazine writer and editor, book author and publisher and publishing consultant. She is the recipient of a Cleveland Arts Prize for Literature.

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