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Canmore Town Council rejects wildlife corridor development proposal
Y2Y praises unanimous decision by the Town of Canmore council on May 2 to reject major new development in the Three Sisters wildlife corridor.
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Dr. Aerin Jacob discusses why animals need landscapes at large scales. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, May 4, 2017
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"The job for conservation biologists is to figure out what are the most important places to connect and protect," says Y2Y's Jodi Hilty.
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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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Speak up for Idaho's wildlife
Help create safer roads for both people and wildlife in Idaho.
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Restoration Plan Positive Step, But Likely Too Little Too Late for Little Smoky Caribou
A plan to restore caribou habitat is a promising first step towards the development of a restoration economy in Alberta, says Y2Y.
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James Brundige's new documentary follows scientists and conservationists who are trying some innovative solutions to make room for wildlife. He calls Y2Y “the mother of all connectivity projects.”
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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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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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