Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network
Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network

In the News

In the News

Conserving Wildlife One Sweater at a Time, The Fashion Globe, Dana Kobilinsky previews Wildlife Friendly™ Certified wool producers on iconic Peninsula Valdés, Patagonia, Argentina

Brazilian Cows are Killing Endangered Birds – But “Bird Safe” Beef Could Help, Vice Magazine / Motherboard, Journalist John R. Platt gives WFEN a shout out in this article on certification labels

Listen to our Aspen Public Radio CrossCurrents Show podcast here: ACES Rock Bottom Ranch has just been certified Wildlife Friendly®

Where Wild Animals Roam: Windshadow Farm & Dairy becomes Michigan’s first Certified Wildlife Friendly® Farm, Edible Michiana, Spring 2016, article can be downloaded here

First Colorado Ranch is Certified Wildlife Friendly™: ACES Rock Bottom Ranch is considered the cream of the crop for its conservation of natural habitat, Denver Life Magazine, 2016

Wolf Safe Beef: An idea whose time has (almost) come , Vice Magazine / Motherboard

Felton Farm Uses Dogs not Guns to Deter Mountain Lions, Santa Cruz Sentinel, 2014

Urban Farm Magazine Online features Predator Friendly® in their article on Food Labels.  You can download and print their Decode Your Dinner Guide here

Stella McCartney is First Global Fashion Brand to Join the Wildlife Friendly Enterprise NetworkEcouterre

Leashing the Logo Landscape, Corporate Knights

Fashion’s Wild Side: Sourcing Wool with Conservation in Mind
Ethical Fashion Forum’s SOURCE Intelligence

Ayrshire Farm a Model for Organic, Humane and Predator Friendly®, The Organic Report

Wildlife and Predator Friendly® Products

Namibia: Cheetah Conservation Fund Products certified Wildlife Friendly® The Namibian and AllAfrica.com

The Importance of Labels Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder and Director of Cheetah Conservation Fund, in Huffington Post

Green Right Now

Sustainable Food News (8/30/2013)

Ayrshire Farm, Upperville, Virginia is the first farm to gain Predator Friendly® certification in the state of Virginia. Download a PDF of this article here

Animal Welfare Approved Newsletter (Spring 2013)

Shades of Gray: Living with Wolves (Earth Focus Episode 51) Predator Friendly® and our certified enterprise Thirteen Mile Lamb and Wool are featured in this film produced by Link TV: Living Peacefully with Predators

Certified Wildlife Friendly® Featured in AVEDA’s Holiday Gift Line for 3rd Year

Certified Wildlife Friendly® is proud to be featured again in AVEDA’s Holiday Gift Line through our certified enterprise in Nepal Himalayan Biotrade and their beautiful handcrafted Lokta Bark paper sourced by AVEDA.  Learn more about this unique partnership in their video Himalayan Joy: Improving Lives with Paper.

Fashioning the Future Awards, Centre for Sustainable Fashion, London College of Fashion, Certified Wildlife Friendly® and four of our certified enterprises are featured by the Fashioning the Future Awards 2012 as Unique Resources for Balance and Biodiversity

Ranching with Wolves, Huffington Post

Critter-Kind Cashmere, Discovery News: Excellent Idea of the Day

Columbia University’s Earth Institute

Experts at EcoMatters Center for Environmental Research and Conservation at Columbia University list Certified Wildlife Friendly®as among the “most reliable and respected” consumer ecolabels in the world.

Wild Fibers Magazine

Predator Friendly® , our co-founder Dr. Laurie Marker, and the livestock guard dog heroes of the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia are featured in  Wild Fibers Magazine, known as the “National Geographic of the fiber world” for its adventurous writers and breathtaking photos.  Available in pdf format courtesy of Wild Fibers Magazine here: Living Peacefully with Predators
With special thanks to Linda Cortright and Wild Fibers Magazine!

Zoo Peeps

Dr. Laurel Neme touts our Triple Bottom Line approach as a response to failed CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) proposals here

The Wild Life with Dr. Laurel Neme

Listen to a podcast radio interview with Certified Wildlife Friendly® Executive Director (and Chief Storyteller), Julie Stein here

Keyboard Culture

Corbett Kroehler, known as “Mr. Sustainable,” proposes the approach of Certified Wildlife Friendly™ as a real alternative to global climate change here