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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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Media Releases

Fourth Annual Flathead BioBlitz Aims to Catalogue Species

— Posted on Jul 23, 2015 07:56 AM in: 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.

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Paddling for the Peace on July 11 to Stop Site C

— Posted on Jul 08, 2015 09:02 AM in: Media Releases
Paddling for the Peace on July 11 to Stop Site C

Y2Y staff will join hundreds of people in canoes, kayaks and other watercraft, as they float down the Peace River on July 11 to protest the imminent construction of the Site C dam.

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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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