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Montana woman designs license plate for livestock compensation group

[large thumbnail url=”montana-woman-designs-license-plate-for-livestock-compensation-group” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”01″ day=”19″] [thumbnail icon url=”montana-woman-designs-license-plate-for-livestock-compensation-group” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”01″ day=”19″] A new logo featuring livestock and wolves, which already graces the letterhead of a state board, eventually will become a new specialty license plate.

Wendy Brenden, a 49-year-old designer who lives in wolf country northwest of Helena, won a statewide logo contest sponsored by the Livestock Loss Reduction and Mitigation Board.

A license plate featuring Brenden’s logo will be produced later this year, said George Edwards, livestock loss mitigation coordinator for the board.

A portion of the proceeds of the plate’s sales will go toward the board’s mission, which is compensating livestock producers for confirmed economic losses because of wolf depredation of sheep, cattle, horses and other animals…

Read the full article on greatfallstribune.com: Canyon Creek woman designs plate for livestock-loss group

The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center has also been working to get a custom license plate introduced in Colorado. Contact the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center at www.wolfeducation.org to add your signature and support behind this new plate.

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