Working with partners: A shared vision for a connected landscape - Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

Working with partners: A shared vision for a connected landscape

In 2019, you supported an incredible list of projects in the Yellowstone to Yukon region through our annual partner grants program.

Your impact

We get more done working together on a shared vision for a connected landscape. Each year, you, our donors, invest in grassroots projects that help realize the Yellowstone to Yukon vision.

Watch these short videos to see what the collaborative efforts of you, Y2Y staff and our U.S. partners, achieved in 2019:

The Badger-Two Medicine region in Montana is a vibrant ecological and cultural landscape. It’s also the last major section of the Crown of the Continent that hasn’t yet been projected. Glacier-Two Medicine Alliance is one example of people working to help stitch this landscape together for wildlife and people, which Y2Y has proudly helped support for many years.

Y2Y assists organizations such as Tom Miner Basin Association to initiate coexistence programs and we are proud to support their range rider program. Learn more about their work to help people, cattle, bears and wolves live near one another.

For centuries elk, moose, bears, deer and other species have migrated in and out of Yellowstone. Today, they must deal with countless roads crossing their paths. We’re thrilled to help the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation in their project to make roads safer for people and wildlife.

Keep an eye on our blog to see more partner stories in Canada and the U.S.