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“The Badger-Two Medicine carries sacred significance. Today’s decision guarantees the preservation of this pristine region for generations to come."
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“It’s been a year of incredible highs but there is much more work to be done, ” says Y2Y's Stephen Legault.
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Hands Across Borders: Protecting Wilderness, Promoting Peace
Hands Across Borders is a week-long event taking place in Glacier National Park from September 13-18, 2016.
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U.S. Department of Interior Cancels Badger-Two Medicine Leases
Y2Y is praising US Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell's announcement to cancel 15 leases in Montana's sacred Badger-Two Medicine region.
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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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Putting the Brakes on OHVs in Alberta
Y2Y and a diverse group of conservation organizations, scientists and concerned citizens urge the Alberta Government to protect sensitive ecosystems from excessive off-highway vehicle use.
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Conservation Community Calls for Swift Action to Protect Alberta’s Headwaters
Conservation groups call for strict limits on off-highway vehicles on public lands and a ban in protected areas across Alberta’s Eastern Slopes.
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Obama-Trudeau State Dinner: Putting Conservation on the Menu
Conservation groups from both sides of the border urge Obama and Trudeau to protect the Flathead River Valley at the upcoming State Dinner.
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New Report Highlights Opportunity for Restoration in the Castle
A new report by Global Forest Watch Canada is raising concerns about land-use in the new Castle Wildland and Provincial Parks.
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After being eradicated from the U.S. Rockies, wolverines recolonized the area over the last half century. Now, they might be in trouble again.
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