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The Peel Watershed Planning Commission's work is done. Its final recommendations, released July 25th, 2011, stick with earlier plans to protect four-fifths of the vast, Scotland-sized swath of northeast Yukon.
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What difference does 100 metres make? If you are a grizzly bear it could mean the difference between survival and potential human conflict.
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20th Anniversary Celebration
After 20 years, Y2Y has grown from an idea to a recognized global model that reconciles the needs of nature with the needs of humanity.
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In 1993, conservationist and Wildlands Project board member Harvey Locke began writing an essay entitled Yellowstone to Yukon, which became the inspirational framework for one of North America’s leading conservation partnerships.
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Twenty years ago, no one knew whether a vision to protect land along the Rocky Mountains would work. Now it’s part of a global movement that has helped wildlife, plants and wilderness throughout the expansive area.
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