Allegra Sundstrom, a researcher who received Y2Y’s 2021 Sarah Baker grant, is conducting research to understand why some tools and techniques to reduce human-wildlife conflict are more readily adopted and used compared to others.Read More
When it comes to wildlife crossings, does size matter?
New research shows the dimensions, effectiveness, and associated expert guidelines of wildlife overpasses around the world.Read More
Everyone benefits when we save a species
One of Y2Y’s 2020 Sarah Baker Memorial Award recipients has uncovered how, and why there’s a lack of accountability and transparency regarding mine reclamation in caribou habitat in northeastern B.C. — and what can be done.Read More
Exploring Ethical Space for land use planning in the Upper Columbia
What are the opportunities and best practices for community-based planning in the Upper Columbia?Read More
What secrets does bear hair hold?
Knowing where grizzly bears are is the first step to reconnecting them and supporting connectivity.Read More
Actionable strategies to conserve changing landscapes
New research from one of Y2Y’s 2020 Sarah Baker Memorial Fund recipients identifies places to protect in Tsay Keh Dene Nation Territory in northern B.C.Read More
Making tracks: 17 animals show us wild ways to move
Which wildlife species have been caught on camera using crossings in the Yellowstone to Yukon region? You might be surprised!Read More
Connecting information to place to understand how we benefit from nature
Master’s student Stephanie Rockwood collaborated with authors of a recent paper on ecosystem service “hotspots” in Canada to learn more about them on the U.S. side of the Y2Y region.Read More
Linking protected areas from Yellowstone to the Yukon shows the value of conserving large landscapes, not just isolated parks and preserves
Is the Y2Y vision of connectivity working?Read More
How does understanding moose hunting affect caribou, conservation and Indigenous culture?
Mateen Hessami, Y2Y’s 2019 Sarah Baker Memorial Award recipient, seeks to refine moose management in southeastern British Columbia to recover and conserve caribou and Indigenous culture.Read More
Learning from the wintry ways of the wild
Join us as we explore how different species rely on and survive in the snow, some of the challenges they are facing and how you can help.Read More