NTU Pack Helps Wild Canines Find Sanctuary

Published: February 21, 2019
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Students help with fencing at a wolf sanctuary in Ramah, N.M. Photo: Cuyler R. Frank, Navajo Technical University.  The SkillsUSA chapter at Navajo Technical University (NTU) in Crownpoint, N.M., provides much-needed assistance to the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary in nearby Ramah. From welding to landscaping to building fences, students take on this work to allow the sanctuary’s staff to focus on the animals. The Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary is a nonprofit organization that is celebrating its 15th year of rescuing wolves, hybrid wolf dogs, wild dogs, dingoes, coyotes, New Guinea singing dogs and one fox. To learn more about the sanctuary, visit: www.wildspiritwolfsanctuary.org.

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