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Three Sisters Corridor Take Action

Three Sisters Corridor

Using the best science available, Y2Y aims to protect Bow Valley wildlife corridors and help maintain long-term viability for species that use them.

Protect the Peel What: Hot Projects

Protect the Peel

Working with partners, Y2Y aims to protect 80 per cent of the Peel Watershed and secure this critical core habitat.

Alberta Headwaters Alberta Headwaters

Alberta Headwaters

Y2Y is working to ensure greater protection for Alberta’s headwaters.

Canada on precipice of ‘huge step forward’ for environmental assessments Y2Y in the News

Canada on precipice of ‘huge step forward’ for environmental assessments

Y2Y conservation scientist Aerin Jacob discusses recommendations for Canada's environmental review process.

Alberta conservationist Harvey Locke leads charge to prevent global-scale extinction Y2Y in the News

Alberta conservationist Harvey Locke leads charge to prevent global-scale extinction

One of Y2Y's co-founders on the large scale conservation needs to be at to preserve our Earth in a new BioScience paper.

Y2Y + Whyte Speaker Series: Doug Chadwick General News

Y2Y + Whyte Speaker Series: Doug Chadwick

Wildlife biologist Douglas Chadwick joined Y2Y at the Whyte Museum for an evening of lively storytelling.

Take action on a new website about the Site C dam General News

Take action on a new website about the Site C dam

Get information on economic, ecological and environmental impacts of B.C.'s Site C dam on the newly launched Just the Dam Facts.

Y2Y receives $100,000 grant from RBC Blue Water Project Media Releases

Y2Y receives $100,000 grant from RBC Blue Water Project

On World Water Day, RBC announced the recipients of the 2017 RBC Blue Water Project Leadership and Community Action Grants.

Recovering B.C.’s dwindling caribou Y2Y in the News

Recovering B.C.’s dwindling caribou

Y2Y's Peace River Break co-ordinator Tim Burkhart tells the story of the first - and last - caribou he saw in the wild.