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Protect B.C.'s caribou habitat Take Action

Protect B.C.'s caribou habitat

Let B.C. and Canada know we need to do more for caribou recovery.

Appropriate development How: Protect. Connect. Inspire.

Appropriate development

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

Highway 1 Overpass What: Hot Projects

Highway 1 Overpass

Help solve the problem of a major barrier to Bow Valley wildlife along the Trans-Canada Highway.

Backcountry users in B.C. asked to participate in wolverine research Media Releases

Backcountry users in B.C. asked to participate in wolverine research

Researchers are seeking for community scientists to better understand wolverines in southeast British Columbia.

 To preserve U.S. national parks in a warming world, reconnect fragmented public lands Y2Y in the News

To preserve U.S. national parks in a warming world, reconnect fragmented public lands

Y2Y is featured in this article about the importance of reconnecting public lands in an age of climate change.

‘Like gossip in the woods’: Biologist teaches animal tracking course Y2Y in the News

‘Like gossip in the woods’: Biologist teaches animal tracking course

Y2Y conservation scientist Aerin Jacob on how helpful it can be to learn wildlife snow-tracking.

Pulling Canada’s caribou back from the brink Y2Y in the News

Pulling Canada’s caribou back from the brink

Learn how First Nations communities are leading the effort to rescue the last remaining caribou herds from extinction.

The contiguous United States just lost its last wild caribou Y2Y in the News

The contiguous United States just lost its last wild caribou

The Southern Selkirks caribou herd once traversed the U.S.-Canada border. Biologists captured the last member of the herd this week.

Elusive wolverines can’t escape climate change Y2Y in the News

Elusive wolverines can’t escape climate change

A new community science research project aims to better understand wolverines. | Vancouver Metro Star, Feb. 13, 2019