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Wolf Home Products announced its collaboration with the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) of New York to enhance their facility and popular Wild Nocturnal Adventure experience.
The WCC teaches thousands of people each year about the importance of wolves through onsite educational programs and helps to give critically endangered wolves a second chance by housing and breeding wolves for eventual release into the wild.
As part of this collaboration, Wolf Home Products will donate products that suit WCC’s state-of-the-art 4,700 sq. ft. education center and 12 new camping pods. Products to be donated include:
- Wolf Perspective Decking for the camping pods
- Wolf distributed siding products for the education center and camping pods
- Wolf Classic cabinets for the education center kitchenette
“At Wolf Home Products, we believe in supporting organizations that help our communities and environment,” said Craig Danielson, President and CEO of Wolf Home Products. “We are eager to break ground and support the Wolf Conservation Center in educating individuals about wolves, their relationship to the environment, and the human role in protecting their future.”
WCC chose Wolf Home Products due to its history of providing quality products that stand the test of time, especially against harsh weather conditions.
“Being able to utilize Wolf Home Products’ large selection of building materials allows the WCC to choose products that stand up extremely well to northeast weather,” said Spencer Wilhelm, director of operations. “Plus, with decking and siding both being resistant to rot, bugs and decay, our new campus will stay looking great for years to come. We’re proud to work with Wolf Home Products because we value its expertise and look forward to having them join the WCC family in our support of wolves.”
The 12 new camping pods being built will replace the current usage of tents in the popular Wild Nocturnal Adventure where campers experience sleeping with the wolves in an overnight experience full of howls under the stars.
The project is set to begin Spring 2023.