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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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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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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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Creating connections for wildlife matters
We can all work together to save the lives of people and wildlife our roadways.
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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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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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Help make B.C. Highways Safe for Wildlife and People
Thousands of animals are killed on B.C.'s highways every year. In many cases, people are killed or hurt, and their vehicles are damaged.
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Help prevent wildlife deaths near Yellowstone National Park
What if you could help prevent wildlife deaths on Idaho's Highway 20 near Yellowstone?
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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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