Collaboration leads to co-existence: An interactive map - Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

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Collaboration leads to co-existence: An interactive map

Moose in British Columbia
A woman watches a moose feed at the edge of a lake. (Alex Popov)

Since our inception, we’ve been working with partners on co-existence projects across the Yellowstone to Yukon region using our collaborative knowledge and tools.

In 2017, Y2Y conservation scientist Aerin Jacob and graduate student summer intern Ross Donihue set about communicating our work and that of partners and other groups in an innovative way.  

The interactive map they created, below, highlights 20 example projects that not only share successes, but information to ensure solutions to similar issues materialize in other communities. Solutions that help wildlife and people thrive.  

Explore to learn more: