Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative volunteers make up Team Thrive. These important people work to amplify the Y2Y mission and vision through online storytelling, on-the-ground work, administrative or research assistance.
These volunteers use the power of social media to share stories relevant to living with wildlife. They strive to foster positive connections between the people, places, and wildlife of the Yellowstone to Yukon region.
From tabling at events, giving presentations to groups, and encouraging community members to actively participate in improving human-wildlife coexistence, these are the volunteers you’re likely to see out in the community.
Working out of head office in Canmore, these volunteers help Y2Y’s administrative team share stories with our donors, supporters, and partners.
Research volunteers work remotely with Y2Y’s science team to collect and process data or on literature reviews. These desk-based projects help to ensure that the best available evidence is used to guide conservation.
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Header photo: Ross Donihue