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Grizzlies can thrive if reunited in Northern U.S. Rockies
Reconnecting grizzlies in the Northern Continental Divide with isolated groups in Yellowstone will help both populations thrive, says Y2Y.
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Taking Back Connectivity
Fifteen years ago, Y2Y co-founder Harvey Locke identified one Canadian highway as a significant barrier to the Yellowstone to Yukon vision – Highway 3.
Located in News / Updates from the Field
Cabinet-Purcell Collaborative - Bearing Fruit
Featuring a diverse mix of wild habitat and human settlement, the Cabinet-Purcell Mountain Corridor is integral to the Y2Y vision.
Located in News / Updates from the Field
U.S. Sen. Jim Risch introduced a bill Thursday to protect 13,900 acres in north Idaho as wilderness.
Located in News / General News
Cabinet-Purcell Mountain Corridor Collaboration
Y2Y and up to 65 other organizations are part of the Cabinet-Purcell Mountain Corridor project, which meets twice a year.
Located in News / Updates from the Field
In this recent webinar, Y2Y's Kim Trotter, Candace Batycki, and Lacy Robinson discussed the history and direction of the Collaborative.
Located in News / Y2Y in the News
Go behind the scenes in a remote region
From deep in the rugged mountains and roadless forest of the Cabinet-Purcell Mountain Corridor comes the story of elusive lynx, tiny toadlets, and the people working to protect them and their habitat.
Located in News / Updates from the Field
Discover Idaho's backcountry wildlife
Go behind the scenes with Lacy Robinson, Cabinet-Purcell project co-ordinator, and wildlife photographer David Moskowitz to find out what it's like to set up wildlife cameras in Idaho's backcountry.
Located in News / General News
Recovering Grizzly Bears in Cabinet-Yaak Remain Threatened by Development
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Wayne Kasworm says grizzly bear populations are increasing in the trans-border Cabinet-Yaak region, but every bear killed due to conflict with people is a major blow.
Located in News / General News
Cabinet-Purcell Collaborative
A trans-border network working to recover grizzly bear populations in the vital Cabinet-Purcell Mountain Corridor.
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