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An area near Yellowstone National Park is looking at ways to make roads safer for drivers and wildlife. | Idaho Falls Post Register, Sept. 18, 2017
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Getting It Right
"Highway 20 is the first major road that animals encounter as they roam west out of Yellowstone and a critical region for continental wildlife connectivity," says Y2Y's Kim Trotter.
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Island Park Safe Wildlife Passage Initiative Launches with Screening of Wild Ways at Harriman State Park
The Henry’s Fork Legacy Project invites you to a screening of the film Wild Ways: Corridors of Life on Saturday, July 2nd.
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Crossing U.S. Route 20
Major roads are often barriers to wildlife movement. When they cut across the edge of the world’s first national park, it’s an even big concern.
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Safe Passage for Wildlife in Island Park
In Idaho's Island Park community, keeping drivers safe on the region's main highway would be a boon for wildlife connectivity as well.
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An advisory vote on possible wildlife mitigation alternatives for improvement to the section of Idaho's U.S Highway 20 near the Montana border. | Idaho Falls Post-Register, Aug. 10, 2018
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As the Idaho Transportation Department develops plans for improvements to US 20 and Targhee Pass, Y2Y urges the state include wildlife crossing structures. | Idaho Falls Local News 8, Nov. 24, 2017
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U.S. Route 20
Working to protect the people we love while preserving Idaho’s wildlife is important to Y2Y.
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