Thank you Sea Witch Botanicals for helping Washington gray wolves!

Thank you Sea Witch Botanicals for helping Washington gray wolves!

Development / Sep 29, 2021 / Restoring Wildlife, Wolves

We’re thrilled to announce that our ongoing partnership with Sea Witch Botanicals has raised more than $4,560!

Through two exclusive scents, Hummingbird and Timberwolf, one dollar from each incense pack sold comes directly back to programs restoring and conserving iconic wildlife. 

All funds raised have helped us stay committed to helping the native gray wolf population return and thrive here in the Pacific Northwest.

2008 marked the first time wild wolf pups were born in Washington in more than 60 years. Since then our state’s wolf population has not only continued to grow, but its distribution has also expanded into new areas of the North Cascades and southeast Washington’s Blue Mountains. In 2020 Washington’s wolf population grew by 24 percent, with a minimum of 178 wolves in at least 29 packs with 16 successful breeding pairs statewide. 

As keystone predators, our Washington gray wolves play a vital and valuable role in the health of our ecosystems.

With your donations and purchases through Sea Witch Botanicals, we can continue to directly fund, train and implement non-lethal, wolf-livestock conflict avoidance methods. Your continued support ensures our work with ranchers and other local stakeholders to help reduce conflict and increase social tolerance for wolves will help our local wolf populations continue to rise. 

Sea Witch Botanicals is committed to sustainability and ethical business and transparently dedicated to environmental justice. All of their products are crafted with only plant-based ingredients and packaged for optimum waste reduction.

Hummingbird and Timberwolf packs are available now.

Thank you, Sea Witch Botanicals, for your help in keeping our Northwest wild! 

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR RANGE RIDER PILOT PROJECT and WOLF RECOVERY IN WASHINGTON. Keep up with all wolf updates and OTHER RELATED EFFORTS ON OUR WEBpage.
Eight week old wolf pups and mom, Montana