Currently there isn't a wolf problem in Crook County,. but there is in Wallowa County; and that means there could be a problem in the future. Crook County is holding an informational meeting tonight to inform farmers what can be done to protect their livestock from wolves. Crook County Commissioner Seth Crawford: “Well, currently there have been some sighting, but not any definite wolves in the community. That's why its the best time to start up Wolf Depredation Committee. We can get our plans in place before it becomes a problem.” The meeting is tonight at COCC in Prineville from 6 to 8 :30 p.m. The money for the program comes from the Department of Agriculture to help pay for non-lethal means to protect livestock from wolves.