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Research: Montana Bats May Be Species Proposed as Endangered

— Posted on Nov 02, 2013 12:30 PM in: General News
Research: Montana Bats May Be Species Proposed as Endangered

Recent research indicates Montana and British Columbia may have northern myotis bats – the same species the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed for endangered species status because of a massive die-off in the eastern United States.

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Harvey Locke Receives Lifetime of Conservation Award

— Posted on Oct 30, 2013 01:00 PM in: Updates from the Field
Harvey Locke Receives Lifetime of Conservation Award

Y2Y co-founder and strategic advisor, Harvey Locke, received the J.B. Harkin Award, one of Canada's highest honors for conservation, for his efforts in wilderness conservation.

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Conservationists Fight for "The Missing Piece"

— Posted on Sep 29, 2013 12:30 PM in: General News
Conservationists Fight for "The Missing Piece"

Conservationists say there's a part of the Flathead valley landscape, sitting in the southeast corner of B.C., which fits into an important ecological map.

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Government Hid Peel Numbers from Public

— Posted on Aug 21, 2013 01:30 PM in: General News
Government Hid Peel Numbers from Public

The Yukon government deleted numbers from its report on the most recent public consultation on the Peel watershed land use plan.

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SSRP: Hitting Four Birds With One Stone

— Posted on Aug 13, 2013 02:00 PM in: Updates from the Field
SSRP: Hitting Four Birds With One Stone

The South Saskatchewan Regional Land Use Plan (SSRP) has the potential to set Alberta in the right direction for the next 50 years. But will it?

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