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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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Y2Y co-founder Harvey Locke will be the keynote speaker for the Reimagine Western Landscapes 2015 Symposium, in Park City, Utah, April 11.
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James Brundige's new documentary follows scientists and conservationists who are trying some innovative solutions to make room for wildlife. He calls Y2Y “the mother of all connectivity projects.”
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Pledge to Restore Wild Buffalo Unites First Nations of North America
Y2Y Strategic Advisor Harvey Locke writes in National Geographic about the long-term effort to restore wild bison in North America.
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Harvey Locke, one of the founders of Y2Y, says the film does a brilliant job at explaining the issue of safe highway crossings for wildlife to the general public.
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Major Paper Released: For Nature, Gravel-bed Rivers Are Most Important Feature in Mountains of Y2Y Region
Gravel-bed river floodplains are some of the most ecologically important habitats in North America, according to a new study.
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Harvey Locke Receives Lifetime of Conservation Award
Y2Y co-founder and strategic advisor, Harvey Locke, received the J.B. Harkin Award, one of Canada's highest honors for conservation, for his efforts in wilderness conservation.
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Listen to Harvey Locke's Interview on Salt Lake City's NPR Radio
Y2Y co-founder and advisor Harvey Locke speaks with NPR Radio West about improving humanity's relationship with nature, and efforts to conserve half the world’s land and water.
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Yellowstone to Yukon keeps the ‘wild’ in ‘wilderness’
Montana’s Great Falls Tribune highlights Y2Y’s collaborative and often complex efforts to connect and protect the Yellowstone to Yukon region.
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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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