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Site C Dam What: Hot Projects

Site C Dam

Y2Y is working with partner organizations to stop the $8.75-billion Site C dam on British Columbia’s Peace River.

Alberta Headwaters Alberta Headwaters

Alberta Headwaters

Y2Y is working to ensure greater protection for Alberta’s headwaters.

Yahk to Yaak What: Hot Projects

Yahk to Yaak

Y2Y is leading an effort to restore the degraded habitat in this important trans-boundary region that links two key areas in B.C. and Montana.

Fourth Annual Flathead BioBlitz Aims to Catalogue Species Media Releases

Fourth Annual Flathead BioBlitz Aims to Catalogue Species

Fourteen scientists head into B.C.’s Flathead and Elk valleys for a BioBlitz on three undeveloped parcels of land belonging to Teck Resources Ltd.

Alberta's New Government Urged to Address SSRP Shortcomings Y2Y in the News

Alberta's New Government Urged to Address SSRP Shortcomings

Banff's Crag and Canyon urges more protection for the Castle Wilderness Area in the Alberta Headwaters, with mentions of Y2Y, as well as partners ... » Read more

Recovering Grizzly Bears in Cabinet-Yaak Remain Threatened by Development General News

Recovering Grizzly Bears in Cabinet-Yaak Remain Threatened by Development

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Wayne Kasworm says grizzly bear populations are increasing in the trans-border Cabinet-Yaak region, but ... » Read more

Y2Y Receives a 2015 RBC Blue Water Grant Media Releases

Y2Y Receives a 2015 RBC Blue Water Grant

Y2Y and Biosphere Institute of the Bow Valley are selected in Alberta and the Territories to receive a 2015 RBC Blue Water Grant.

Deconstructing DamNation Updates from the Field

Deconstructing DamNation

Before building the Site C Dam on B.C.’s Peace River, we need to take a long, hard look at how these mega-projects affect the landscape.

Discovering Life Under the River Updates from the Field

Discovering Life Under the River

Ecologist and Y2Y Board member Mark Hebblewhite uncovers the “under water” ecosystems that thrive in our mountain valleys.