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Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

Combining science and stewardship, we seek to ensure that the world-renowned wilderness, wildlife, native plants and natural processes of the Yellowstone to Yukon region continue to function as an interconnected web of life, capable of supporting all of its natural and human communities, for now and for future generations.


Our Mission:
Connecting and protecting habitat from
Yellowstone to Yukon so people and nature can thrive.



Latest News

Proposed Hotel in Picturesque Rockies Park Raises Ire (Apr 9)

Three former Parks Canada executives are urging the federal Environment Minister to say no to the construction of a lodge on Maligne Lake – the iconic body of water in Jasper National Park that is one of the most photographed places in Canada. Read More

B.C. First Nation Views Site C Dam as Part of Devastating Big Picture (Apr 6)

Cumulative impact is something the B.C. government does not like to talk about when consulting First Nations about resource developments. Government prefers to look at projects in isolation. So, Site C on the Peace River, for example, is assessed on its own, not in the context of all the oil-and-gas activity taking place in the region. Read More

Animal Detection System Makes Idaho Highway Safer (Mar 30)

A wildlife detection system developed by Sloan Security Technologies of Boise could make the road safer for both people and animals. Read More

This Month's Feature

BC Parks Bill’s Ambiguity on ‘Research’ Opens Door to Exploitation, Critics Say (Mar/14)

When B.C. Environment Minister Mary Polak introduced Bill 4, she made it sound as if the government was saving the province’s threatened parks. In reality, the Park Amendment Act, which passed last week, may have paved the way for the erosion of some of the most sacred landscapes in the province. Read More

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