Getting to know Y2Y’s summer 2020 interns

Getting to know Y2Y’s summer 2020 interns

Being an intern in 2020 might look a bit different than usual. But that hasn’t stopped Y2Y’s summer interns from giving it their all in their work with us this season. Get to know them and what they’re working on.

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Nature is a place for all

Nature is a place for all

Nature is a place for all, but we must first do our part to make these spaces more inclusive, safe and welcoming. To attain a thriving future for people and the well-being of our shared planet, we must move beyond the concept of nature as exclusive to some, to nature as essential for all. 

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Three ways parks and diversity go hand-in-hand

Three ways parks and diversity go hand-in-hand

The Alberta government’s 2020 parks cuts not only threaten the province’s diverse wildlife species, they overlook the role of parks in getting people out into nature regardless of ethnicity or national origin, race, gender, age or physical ability. Read on for three ways parks and diversity go hand-in-hand.

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Wildlife needs room to roam

Wildlife needs room to roam

Just as you have made, or plan to make the journey to the Rockies, animals make long journeys to find food, mate and migrate. Wildlife need room to roam! Learn how you can help wildlife and wild places in this article, originally published in Where Rockies.

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A guide to random and wild camping

A guide to random and wild camping

Y2Y Alberta program associate Tim Johnson provides tips and best practices for a good experience random camping — all while reducing impact on lands, waters, and wildlife in the Yellowstone to Yukon region.

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