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"I BELIEVE in a place where animals can thrive."
Rose Letwin, Wilburforce Foundation
Y2Y Funder since 1999


Adam Ford

Adam Form is a Liber Ero Fellow for the University of Guelph, and is conducting original research on the design and evaluation of wildlife corridors in the Canadian Rockies.

Ford's research is helping to increase our understanding of effective designs for wildlife corridors and highway crossing structures throughout the Yellowstone to Yukon region and beyond.

The Liber Ero post-doctoral program supports scientists in conducting and communicating research that informs applied conservation and management issues relevant to Canada.