Wolf Party SF

September 16, 2015

We had a great time launching Join the Pack with Earthjustice with an evening full of wolves, art and howling! Around 200 people came out to see the new collection of wolf designs on easels, the walls around the cavernous venue and on screens that displayed both work and a live social media feed of #jointhepack.

Earthjustice also setup a "Howling Station" that encouraged attendees to record an ice-bucket-style challenge to help save the wolves ending in a howl and a share, all in exchange for a free t-shirt that EJ representatives were sporting.

Representatives from their DC office spoke about the continual fight in Congress to maintain the protections put in place by the Endangered Species Act and we listened to Wolf-themed music all night. You can read more about the event on Earthjustice's blog post and in this SF Weekly story!





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