WildEarth Guardians

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Defend grizzlies, wolves, bighorns, sage grouse, and other vulnerable wildlife in the Centennial Mountains

The rugged Centennial Mountains on the Idaho-Montana border are inhabited by grizzly bears, wolves, bighorn sheep, sage grouse, and other vulnerable wildlife. Unfortunately, the Centennial Mountains are also home to the U.S. Sheep Experiment Station, an anachronistic domestic sheep “experiment” plunked in the middle of these wild public lands, which makes it a dangerous—and too often deadly—place for imperiled native wildlife.

It’s way beyond time to stop experimenting with domestic sheep in the Centennial Mountains, so please contact Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today and demand that he repurposes the Sheep Station to protect imperiled native wildlife.

Photo Credit: Sam Parks


  • Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack

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