|Land Planning:||Civil Engineering:|
|- Special Review Application||- Site Distance Analysis|
|- Project Programming||- Entry Road Design|
|- GIS Site Analysis||- Preliminary Drainage Analysis|
|- Sketch Planning|
|- Access Roads & Hiking Trails|
|- Animal Enclosure Locations|
|- 3D Imagery|
Wolves Offered Life and Friendship (W.O.L.F.) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in Northern Colorado that provides sanctuary to captive-born wolves and wolf-dogs, their veterinary care, as well as educational efforts raising awareness of problems associated with keeping these and other exotic animals as pets. W.O.L.F. is in the process of relocating from its current facility in Rist Canyon, to a new facility east of Red Feather Lakes, W.O.L.F. II. Due to the current location, W.O.L.F. faces many daily obstacles that place a heavy burden on the staff such as no running water, electrical grid connection, or sewage disposal, which the relocation will resolve.
The organization sought approval from Larimer County, which permits this type of facility through the Special Review Site Plan process. In December, 2017, after contentious public hearings, the Larimer County Board of County Commissioners voted 2-1 to allow the use, with a provision that a future phase will also go through Special Review.