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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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Making Highway 3 Safe for Motorists and Wildlife
In southern Alberta and B.C., humans and wildlife are at a crossroads.
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Dead or Alive: Where Did the Animal (Try to) Cross the Road?
A new program, RoadWatchBC, is putting increased highway safety for both people and wildlife into the hands of anyone with a smartphone or a computer.
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Taking Back Connectivity
Fifteen years ago, Y2Y co-founder Harvey Locke identified one Canadian highway as a significant barrier to the Yellowstone to Yukon vision – Highway 3.
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Highway #3 at Crowsnest Pass will soon be safer thanks to Y2Y, Miistakis Institute, Road Watch in the Pass, WTI, and many others.
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Alberta’s newest wildlife crossings a positive investment: Conservationists
Y2Y applauds the Alberta government’s decision to advance a wildlife overpass on Highway 1 east of Canmore and a wildlife underpass on Highway 3 east of Crowsnest Pass, each with wildlife fencing. This commitment puts the safety of wildlife and people on Alberta’s highways at the forefront, as well as wildlife habitat connectivity on a larger scale.
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Keeping Wildlife Connected
Roads are at the root of habitat fragmentation, so finding creative ways to get wildlife safely across them is essential.
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Wildlife Fencing Should Help Save Lives
New Y2Y-supported wildlife crossing structures are being built in southern Alberta along Canada’s busy Highway 3.
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A Roadmap for Wolverines
With Y2Y's multi-year support, Tony Clevenger’s research team is mapping the way for wolverines within the Yellowstone to Yukon region.
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Fence Will Protect Wildlife Along Highway 3
The Government of Alberta is installing fencing along both sides of Highway 3 to protect animals along a critical wildlife corridor.
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