TAKE ACTION

 

You have a voice in how Wisconsin's animals are protected

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  • Join LOHV-WI and help build a voting bloc in your community and/or Contact Us
  • START SMALL - Attend local town, city & county meetings and get to know  board members who will help promote animal protection ordinances/laws
  • Share our Facebook page and webpage on social media platforms
  • Schedule tabling events for LOHV to build your voting bloc (county humane societies events, shelter events, fairs, markets, libraries) Contact us for help as well.
  • Read Julie Lewin's "Get Political for Animals and Win the Laws they need: Why and how to Launch a Voting Bloc for Animals in your Town, City, County or State - and the simple steps it takes to do it"
  • Distribute LOHV information to animal-friendly establishments (contact us for help)
  • Bring awareness to hound dog training on wolves OR captive wildlife training ("penning") on coyotes, fox,  bears,  raccoons, bobcats, or rabbit.  Contact Us for more details.

ReMedia

Legislature

  • "Who are my Legislators?"
  • "WI Legislative alert system"
  • Attend "Town Meetings" with your legislator.  To do this, go to their legislative page and link to their website.  Town meetings should be listed there.  If not, call their office at the capitol and ask their ass't when meetings are taking place.  
  • Set up a meeting with your legislator at a local coffee shop in town!!!  Your legislator's ass't can schedule a time for you.
  • For all legislative committees/general information link here.

03/15/2016

THE 2015-2016 WISCONSIN LEGISLATIVE SESSION IS NOW COMPLETED

 

To contact members of the State Senate Committee on Sporting Heritage, Mining & Forestry: 

To contact members of State Assembly Committee on Natural Resources & Sporting Heritage:

Send e-mail to Natural Resources Board via Laurie Ross: laurie.ross@wisconsin.gov; DNRSecretary@wisconsin.gov, david.macfarland@wisconsin.gov, govgeneral@wisconsin.gov

DNR/NRB

  • Wisconsin Natural Resources Board (signup @ top right hand corner)  sets policy for the Department of Natural Resources and exercises authority and responsibility in accordance with governing state laws. They have rubberstamped every legislation put before them despite public outcry. 
  • To contact Natural Resources Board directly via e-mail:  Send e-mail addressed to the Natural Resources Board in ℅ Laurie.Ross@wisconsin.gov
  • DNR Updates/Alerts
  • DNR Public Meetings Calendar: Prairie chicken, Ice Age Trail, Turkey advisory, Forestry, Beavers, Chinook Salmon, snowmobiles, White-Tailed Deer, Grey Wolves, silviculture, air quality, wetlands management (Public Comments are NOT "on record")
  • DNR Public Input opportunities (Public Comments ARE "on record"

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AT THE CAPITOL

ITEMS CURRENTLY IN COMMITTEE

Senate (Natural Resources Committee)

Assembly (Natural Resources & Sporting Heritage)