Wolves exist in the ecosystem due to goodwill of the people who live in the same area.
Therefore, maintaining human goodwill toward wolves is good for the ecosystem.
This simple syllogism demonstrates what the "no hunting wolves anywhere" fail to understand. I doubt even the most extreme police state technologically possible can protect the wolves from human depredation if the humans who live near them resent their presence.
"Dual use technology" is not just about outlaw states seeking chemical or nuclear weapons.
The wolf/human relationship needs to be managed. We've seen what happens when that relationship is allowed to follow their natural course: wolves go extinct.
With that I am hopeful that granting Adrian Wydeven a podium at the debate will lead to the rationalization of the debate about Wisconsin's wolves that will allow long term management that is good for the wolves, good for people, and good for the ecosystem.