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The SSRP is meant to balance conservation and development in Alberta, but some environmental groups are saying it comes up short. Listen to Y2Y's president, Karsten Heuer, on Alberta Primetime.
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Canmore's Three Sisters Corridor
Y2Y leads the public opposition to the Three Sisters Mountain Village development.
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Karsten Heuer speaks to Alberta Primetime as Canmore Council decides whether to approve the wildlife corridor connecting the east end of the Three Sisters’ property to Wind Valley.
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Y2Y strategic advisor Karsten Heuer says the proposed plan to develop Dead Man's Flats, a hamlet near Alberta's Banff National Park, would negatively affect grizzlies, wolves, bighorn sheep and other species that move along the wildlife corridor in the area.
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Karsten Heuer: A Life Shaped by the Y2Y Vision
An in-depth interview with Karsten Heuer, biologist, author and Y2Y strategic advisor, on what inspired his journeys and where they’ve brought him today.
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Rewilding: Bringing Nature Back
Y2Y's Karsten Heuer featured in a multi-media CBC documentary on rewilding.
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Karsten Heuer Becomes New President of Y2Y
Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative is proud to announce that Karsten Heuer as new president, effective January 2013.
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Not Quite What the Conservationists Ordered
Southern Alberta's final land-use plan, which will guide planning for the next 50 years, was a disappointment for Y2Y and other conservation groups.
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A global movement known as "rewilding" is gaining traction, with the goal of returning areas to a more natural state.
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It was reported in the valley last week that the Three Sisters Lands allegedly sold at a deep discount: $12.5 million for 1,495 acres.
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