Author Archives: Karen Meyer

The Green Fire Behind Lords of Nature

Have you wondered about the filmmakers of Lords of Nature? Twenty-two years ago filmmakers Karen Anspacher-Meyer and Ralf Meyer began their quest, of engaging and motivating audiences on the day’s most pressing conservation issues. From the beginning, one story above … Continue reading

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It’s National Wolf Awareness Week!

This week is the time to bring some much-needed attention to wolves and their importance to our ecosystem.  It’s Wolf Awareness Week 2011, and you can use this event to tell everyone you know about the important role wolves play … Continue reading

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This Weekend: Lords of Nature at the Ellensburg Film Festival

This Saturday, October 8th, Lords of Nature will be featured at the Ellensburg Film Festival in Ellensburg, Washington. Since 2004, this three-day festival has been showing an outstanding selection of critically acclaimed films, with numerous screenings and venues, diverse cultural … Continue reading

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Host a Home Screening of Lords of Nature

Image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/caninest/4394675343/ Do you want to do more to protect wolves and other predators, but you aren’t sure how to take the next step? We’ve created a great opportunity for you to make a major impact as a wolf advocate. … Continue reading

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Building Community to Support Wolves and Other Predators

At Green Fire Productions, our films help frame the debate, build credibility, influence decision makers, and increase media coverage for predator issues. But, one of the most important aspects of our work is educating the public and inspiring citizens to … Continue reading

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Take Action for Wyoming’s Wolves

If you have already contacted legislators on behalf of wolves in Wyoming, thank you! The more people who get involved in advocating for wolves, the stronger our voice will be. If you haven’t spoken out against the terrible “management” plan … Continue reading

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Lords of Nature Screening at the Far North Conservation Film Festival

Lords of Nature is on tour with the Far North Conservation Film Festival. It will screen at the Murie Science and Learning Center at Denali National Park in Alaska on August 29th at 7pm. There will be a Q&A session about … Continue reading

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New Wolf Pack in Washington

(Photo credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/sometimesong/2182803563/) The Seattle Times reported last week that biologists have confirmed a fifth wolf pack in Washington. Biologists with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife found the gray-wolf pack living in the state’s northeast corner after they … Continue reading

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Did Your Representative Vote for Wildlife?

Image credit:  (http://www.flickr.com/photos/forestwander-nature-pictures/5379581064/) Last Wednesday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted on a measure to strip the 2012 Interior funding bill of the aptly named Extinction Rider. This measure was introduced by Rep. Norm Dicks (D-WA) and co-sponsored by Rep. … Continue reading

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Oregon’s Livestock Compensation and Wolf Coexistence Bill

Image credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dennis_matheson/4332300009/ As many of you know, the Oregon Senate recently passed a bill that will put into place a comprehensive livestock compensation and wolf coexistence program. The passage of this bill signals Oregon’s ongoing commitment to responsible wolf … Continue reading

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