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"I’ve realized firsthand the importance of protecting the watershed for the grizzly bears, wolverines, wolves, elk and other species that call this home. These are incredibly beautiful landscapes."
Roger S. Smith
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Y2Y Receives a 2015 RBC Blue Water Grant

— Posted on Jun 04, 2015 12:59 PM in: 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.

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Environmental Coalition Says B.C. Needs More Wildlife Refuges

— Posted on Apr 21, 2015 11:39 AM in: Media Releases
Environmental Coalition Says B.C. Needs More Wildlife Refuges

With only 1% of British Columbia protected with wildlife refuges, an environmental coalition calls on the BC Wildlife Federation to work with them to create more.

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Y2Y Advisor Harvey Locke to Deliver Keynote Address at Reimagine Symposium

— Posted on Mar 30, 2015 12:15 PM in: Media Releases
Y2Y Advisor Harvey Locke to Deliver Keynote Address at Reimagine Symposium

The Reimagine Symposium in Park City, Utah, uses the environmental humanities to inspire a revitalized narrative for threatened western landscapes and vanishing wildlife.

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Y2Y Reacts to B.C. Government’s Announcement on Site C Dam

— Posted on Dec 16, 2014 08:30 PM in: Media Releases
Y2Y Reacts to B.C. Government’s Announcement on Site C Dam

Although there is still time to stop Site C from being built, the B.C. Government’s decision to approve the project flies in the face of opposition throughout the province.

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Harvey Locke Receives Prestigious Global Award for Conservation

— Posted on Nov 26, 2014 08:30 PM in: Media Releases
Harvey Locke Receives Prestigious Global Award for Conservation

Y2Y co-founder recognized by the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas.

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