The NPS will generally follow the NEPA (National Environmental Policy Act) Process when it responds to things like the wolf issues of Isle Royale. NEPA became law in 1970, requiring agencies of the federal government to undertake a significant environmental review process and embrace public involvement for any proposal that may affect the environment.
Your involvement can begin by adding your name to their mailing list. NPS will provide some communication to the public as it makes headway in the process. If you wish to receive that communication, send an email to isro_wildlife[at]nps.gov. If you would like to look into more details of the NEPA process, continue reading below.