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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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Updates from the Field

Telephone Town Hall: Gravel Bed River Ecosystems

— Posted on Apr 13, 2015 12:23 PM in: Updates from the Field
Telephone Town Hall: Gravel Bed River Ecosystems

Ecologist and Y2Y Board member, Dr. Mark Hebblewhite, explains why gravel bed river ecosystems are so vitally important in the Yellowstone to Yukon region.

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Protecting the Bighorn in Alberta’s Headwaters

— Posted on Mar 18, 2015 12:56 PM in: 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.

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Wildlife Cameras in Yahk to Yaak

— Posted on Mar 18, 2015 12:24 PM in: Updates from the Field
Wildlife Cameras in Yahk to Yaak

In the trans-boundary Yahk to Yaak region, Adam Switalski’s remote wildlife cameras are proving just how successful road restoration projects can be.

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Site C Fight Goes On

— Posted on Mar 18, 2015 12:23 PM in: 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.

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Y2Y: A Blueprint for Conservation Success

— Posted on Mar 18, 2015 12:22 PM in: 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.

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