First Nations Outreach Project


The mission of the First Nations Outreach project is to develop programs, which will be capable of assisting both American Indian and non-Indian families in our area to improve their economic standing along with a lasting benefit to the overall local economy. In developing a wildlife education program, we will also be able to bring people to a closer connection to nature and thus encourage people of all walks of life to be more involved with the environment and nature. The First Nations Outreach Project also contains sub projects, which are the First Nations Commission on Civil Rights and the Defend The Wolves and Wildlife Web Center and Wolf Gardens Wildlife Center. T The Wolf Gardens Wildlife Center has been in operation for the last nine years and currently is home to thirty wolves and six wolf/dogs.


35 Bence Road
Cragford, AL 36255

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