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Y2Y: A Blueprint for Conservation Success Updates from the Field

Y2Y: A Blueprint for Conservation Success

Y2Y co-founder and strategic advisor, Harvey Locke, touts Yellowstone to Yukon as a blueprint for success in conserving large landscapes.

Protecting the Bighorn in Alberta’s Headwaters Updates from the Field

Protecting the Bighorn in Alberta’s Headwaters

Y2Y's Sarah Cox writes that big changes could be coming to the Bighorn Wildland area under the North Saskatchewan Regional Plan.

Site C Fight Goes On Updates from the Field

Site C Fight Goes On

After being approved by the provincial government in late 2014, the Site C dam is far from a certain bet due to cost hikes and ongoing court cases.

Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative: 20 Years Later Y2Y in the News

Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative: 20 Years Later

In 1993, conservationist and Wildlands Project board member Harvey Locke began writing an essay entitled Yellowstone to Yukon, which became the ... » Read more

The Science of Conservation Updates from the Field

The Science of Conservation

Ecologist and Y2Y Board member Mark Hebblewhite applies research to real-world conservation issues.

Thank You Karsten! Updates from the Field

Thank You Karsten!

After two years at the Y2Y helm, Karsten Heuer is stepping down from his role as president.

Preserve Our Watersheds: From Alberta Headwaters to the Ocean Updates from the Field

Preserve Our Watersheds: From Alberta Headwaters to the Ocean

New video from Y2Y and partners features the Bow River watershed, and the many land-use pressures it faces.

Rewilding Projects Aim to Turn Back Clock on Environment Y2Y in the News

Rewilding Projects Aim to Turn Back Clock on Environment

A global movement known as "rewilding" is gaining traction, with the goal of returning areas to a more natural state.

Living Peacefully with Grizzly Bears Updates from the Field

Living Peacefully with Grizzly Bears

With support from Y2Y's Sarah Baker Memorial Fund, Andrea Morehouse is learning how people can coexist with grizzlies in southwestern Alberta.