Keystone Wolf Education was formed with the mindset of “Think Globally, Act Locally” when it comes to science-based wolf advocacy.
The founding members are Pennsylvanians residing in the Keystone State. Gray wolves are sometimes referred to as a “keystone species.” The stars aligned. The phoenix took flight to ignite the torch.
Keystone Wolf Education was born from the fires of passion for protection of a species (Canis lupus) who granted us our greatest boon: the domesticated dog (Canis lupus familiaris).
Our plan is to start small through educational events here in Pennsylvania with a future focus on surrounding states, then New England, the east coast, eventually reaching out across the US, North America, and finally utilizing the torchlight of knowledge to illuminate the world from the darkness of ignorance. Global wolf education, rooted in local, dedicated volunteers who advocate: “Doing something is better than doing nothing at all!”
While we understand Pennsylvania is not home to wild wolves, we also understand the impact (both positive and negative) Pennsylvanians have on the rest of society-at-large, the wilderness, and the wildlife.