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Through consultation with Y2Y, Miistakis Institute and Western Transportation Institute, Alberta Transportation has secured funding for wildlife fencing near Crowsnest Lakes along Highway 3.
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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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Permeable Fences
Ten steps to making your own wildlife-friendly fence.
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Play in Nature and Keep Wildlife Wild
Top seven tips from Y2Y partners.
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Rewarding Collaborative Conservation
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes accept the first ever Ted Smith Award for Collaborative Conservation at a ceremony in Missoula, Montana.
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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.
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Wildlife Cameras in Yahk to Yaak
In the trans-boundary Yahk to Yaak region, Adam Switalski’s remote wildlife cameras are proving just how successful road restoration projects can be.
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Living Peacefully with Grizzly Bears
With support from Y2Y's Sarah Baker Memorial Fund, Andrea Morehouse is learning how people can coexist with grizzlies in southwestern Alberta.
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Peter Mather: Images that Inspire
Having graced the covers of countless Y2Y publications, Peter Mather’s stunning Yukon-based photos tell stories of conservation through imagery.
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Wildlife Watchers
Hells Canyon Preservation Council guest blog, by HCPC restoration director Brian Kelly.
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