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Valhalla Wilderness Society works in the Canadian Selkirks of the Cabinet Purcell Mountain Corridor, protecting endangered Western toads as they migrate to and from breeding areas across busy roads.
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Land purchase eases bottleneck for grizzly movement in Kootenai Valley
Today, The Vital Ground Foundation and Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) celebrate a critical conservation effort for grizzly bears and other wildlife in Montana’s northwest corner.
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Bees are badass
How bees and other pollinators are helping wildlife – and us – thrive and survive.
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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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Interning for nature
The past few summers, Y2Y has been fortunate to have talented and driven individuals join the team and help further our mission. Ever wondered what it’s like to intern at Y2Y? Read the article to hear our summer 2019 interns reflect on what their experience was like.
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Y2Y's Jessie Grossman writes about an opportunity for Montanans to be good neighbors to grizzlies in this guest column. | The Missoulian, Nov. 9, 2018
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Y2Y and Vital Ground Foundation celebrate the purchase of land near the confluence of the Kootenai and Yaak rivers in Montana that will help protect and connect grizzlies and other wildlife. | Montana Public Radio, Nov. 14, 2018
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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.
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Experts fear only three of South Selkirk herd, which moves from Canada into Idaho and Washington, survived winter – all female. | The Guardian, Apr. 19, 2018
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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.
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