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Sara Renner, Y2Y supporter

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Conservation initiative adds two key staff members on-the-ground in Montana

— Posted on Jun 07, 2018 04:05 PM in: Media Releases

Two new project coordinators based in Montana will work with U.S. program director Kim Trotter to connect habitat so people and nature can thrive.

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Report recommends improvements for Bow Valley human-wildlife coexistence

— Posted on Jun 01, 2018 12:21 PM in: Media Releases
Report recommends improvements for Bow Valley human-wildlife coexistence

The Bow Valley Human-Wildlife Coexistence technical working group released a comprehensive report of recommendations to address human-wildlife conflict on May 31.

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Y2Y co-founder receives conservation award

— Posted on May 25, 2018 11:51 AM in: Media Releases
Y2Y co-founder receives conservation award

Harvey Locke honored by a conservation leadership award. from Wilburforce Foundation.

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Castle Management Plan reflects decades of collaboration on iconic Alberta landscape

— Posted on May 18, 2018 11:45 AM in: Media Releases
Castle Management Plan reflects decades of collaboration on iconic Alberta landscape

Y2Y and Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society Southern Alberta are among those who celebrate the foresight and commitment of the government of Alberta to create the Castle Provincial Park and the Castle Provincial Wildland Park.

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Conservationists and recreationists celebrate land-use plans in Southern Alberta

— Posted on May 17, 2018 12:13 PM in: Media Releases
Conservationists and recreationists celebrate land-use plans in Southern Alberta

Y2Y celebrates the announcement of a Public Land Use Zone in the Livingstone Range and Porcupine Hills, southwest of Calgary between Kananaskis and the Castle Wildland and Provincial Parks.

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