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Safe highway crossings in the Bow Valley What: Hot Projects

Safe highway crossings in the Bow Valley

Y2Y is working on reducing wildlife-vehicle collisions in Alberta east of Banff National Park.

Columbia Headwaters What: Hot Projects

Columbia Headwaters

The headwaters of the transboundary Columbia River are important region in the Yellowstone to Yukon geography.

Appropriate development How: Protect. Connect. Inspire.

Appropriate development

Development and conservation do not have to be in opposition. Learn how we assess projects.

The benefits of wildlife corridors Y2Y in the News

The benefits of wildlife corridors

Y2Y's Dr. Jodi Hilty discusses the history and benefits of keeping wildlife connected from Yellowstone to Yukon.

Protecting B.C.'s caribou prompts "moral crisis" Y2Y in the News

Protecting B.C.'s caribou prompts "moral crisis"

Y2Y's Candace Batycki comments on the state of B.C.'s caribou recovery. | The Guardian, July 15, 2019

Montana partners commit to wildlife-vehicle collision reduction Y2Y in the News

Montana partners commit to wildlife-vehicle collision reduction

A new report from a collaborative group including Y2Y addresses ways to limit wildlife-vehicle collisions in Montana.

From ants to grizzlies: A general rule for saving biodiversity Y2Y in the News

From ants to grizzlies: A general rule for saving biodiversity

Dr. Jodi Hilty discusses why keeping areas connected — especially between protected areas — is important for keeping wildlife and people thriving.

B.C. government delays endangered caribou plan as herds dwindle Y2Y in the News

B.C. government delays endangered caribou plan as herds dwindle

Y2Y's Candace Batycki comments on news that the B.C. government is set to extend consultations on a draft agreement to protect Peace region caribou ... » Read more

Meet the scientists embracing traditional Indigenous knowledge Y2Y in the News

Meet the scientists embracing traditional Indigenous knowledge

Traditional knowledge is enriching scientific information about our natural world and is a growing movement, including at Y2Y.