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Pledge to protect the Bighorn Take Action

Pledge to protect the Bighorn

You can help protect this sensitive area between Jasper and Banff national parks now.

U.S. Route 20 What: Hot Projects

U.S. Route 20

Protecting wildlife and people along this busy stretch of highway in Idaho near Yellowstone is key.

Protect B.C.'s caribou habitat Take Action

Protect B.C.'s caribou habitat

Let B.C. and Canada know we need to do more for caribou recovery before it's too late.

Globally significant protection for Alberta's boreal forest Media Releases

Globally significant protection for Alberta's boreal forest

Y2Y celebrates new protection for 1.36 million hectares in northeast Alberta creating the planet's largest stretch of protected boreal forest.

Management plan reflects decades of collaboration on iconic Alberta landscape Media Releases

Management plan reflects decades of collaboration on iconic Alberta landscape

Y2Y among those who celebrate the foresight and commitment of the government of Alberta to create the Castle Parks.

Canadians support stronger science in environmental decision-making Media Releases

Canadians support stronger science in environmental decision-making

New research finds Canada has widespread support from diverse sectors to strengthen the scientific basis of environmental impact assessment.

Leaving a legacy from Yellowstone to Yukon Updates from the Field

Leaving a legacy from Yellowstone to Yukon

Create a lasting impression through your generosity.

Making history in the Flathead Updates from the Field

Making history in the Flathead

New recommendations for protections in the U.S. portion of the Flathead River Valley spanning British Columbia (B.C.) and Montana have us cheering.

'Ecosystems are unravelling': Another B.C. caribou herd could be lost forever Y2Y in the News

'Ecosystems are unravelling': Another B.C. caribou herd could be lost forever

British Columbia's South Purcell herd, which ranges north of Kimberley, is down to four caribou.