See Jim Zorn’s written testimony on Assembly Bill 502 .

In response to the Wisconsin State Assembly’s proposal to establish a wolf hunting and trapping season, GLIFWC Executive Administrator James Zorn made clear that Ojibwe tribes in the Wisconsin ceded territory oppose the public harvest of the animal known asma’iingan.  Wolves are a significant species in traditional Ojibwe teachings, considered educators and brothers to the Anishinaabe people.