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Who: With Our Partners

There are few comparable efforts anywhere operating at the scale of Y2Y, and there are even fewer that engage in such widespread collaboration.

Everything Y2Y does, we do with our partners*. Whether it is other conservation groups, local landowners, businesses, government agencies, Native Americans and First Nations, scientists, or others, partners are the force behind the Yellowstone to Yukon vision.

Y2Y’s role is to set the context for regional conservation work by providing the vision for a healthy Yellowstone to Yukon landscape, and to bring partners together to achieve as a network what none of us can accomplish alone. Together, we knit together the landscape from one jurisdiction to the next.

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Y2Y has been working with Friends of Scotchman Peaks and supporting their effort to protect this critical forested region for many years.

In addition to acting as a catalyst that brings together diverse organizations, Y2Y commissions the science necessary to guide our collective efforts and provides resources to support our partners' work.

No doubt, the progress of the Yellowstone to Yukon vision hinges on these partnerships.

Below are the 125 partners with whom Y2Y worked during 2013 and 2014.

A – G
H – P
Q – Z

Learn more about how collaboration is at the heart of the Yellowstone to Yukon vision.

*Y2Y partners are defined as any individuals or groups that have, in the previous two years: received financial support from Y2Y (for example, in the form of a Partner Grant); been contracted by Y2Y to undertake scientific research or other work; participated in the development or implementation of a collaborative conservation plan or project in one of our Priority Areas or expressed support for the Yellowstone to Yukon vision and identified themselves publicly as a Y2Y partner.

Working with Y2Y in any of the ways listed above, or being identified as a Y2Y partner, should not be interpreted as an endorsement of the Y2Y organization.

“One of the valuable things that Y2Y brings to the table is this shared vision for large-scale connection and conservation. It’s really important.”
Adam Switalski
Science Program Director for Wildlands CPR