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New land use and recreation plans a positive step forward for all Albertans
March 28's release of Livingstone-Porcupine Hills Land Footprint Management Plan and Recreation Management Plan are a significant step forward for improved management of Alberta's southern foothills and mountains, says Y2Y.
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Naturalist and former Banff National Park superintendent, Kevin Van Tighem, describes how Alberta can heal its headwaters and protect key habitat in the process.
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Regional land use frameworks are being created across the province to resolve conflicts over land, but are these plans creating a real process to ensure balance in land development? Y2Y's Wendy Francis discusses with Bev Yee, Land Use Secretariat.
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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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SSRP: Hitting Four Birds With One Stone
The South Saskatchewan Regional Land Use Plan (SSRP) has the potential to set Alberta in the right direction for the next 50 years. But will it?
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Albertans speak up to protect headwaters of North Saskatchewan -- with quotes from Y2Y's Sarah Cox.
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Y2Y released a short video project Aug. 24 displaying landowners’ thoughts about having better public land restrictions for off-highway vehicles. | Prairie Post, Sept. 15, 2017
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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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Conservation groups issue call to action to protect Kananaskis watershed
Local conservation groups are raising the alarm ahead of Saturday’s planned start of clear-cutting in Kananaskis Country.
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Under New Leadership: Alberta's Headwaters
Highline Magazine just posted a story about Y2Y's Alberta Headwaters project, and how a new government may change the game for land-use planning in Alberta's watersheds.
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