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Making room for big thinking when it comes to conserving large landscapes
Making room for big thinking when it comes to conserving large landscapes America’s biological diversity is at risk, say scientists in a new opinion piece published in the journal BioScience.
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The Ever-Changing Political World
Y2Y's President and Chief Scientist, Jodi Hilty, takes a moment to discuss what this election and elections more generally mean for Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y).
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Interning for nature
The past few summers, Y2Y has been fortunate to have talented and driven individuals join the team and help further our mission. Ever wondered what it’s like to intern at Y2Y? Read the article to hear our summer 2019 interns reflect on what their experience was like.
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U.S. Department of Interior Cancels Badger-Two Medicine Leases
Y2Y is praising US Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell's announcement to cancel 15 leases in Montana's sacred Badger-Two Medicine region.
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Lend your voice to the future of US National Parks
The National Park Service (NPS) needs to hear your thoughts on Director's Order #100, Resource Stewardship for the 21st Century.
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Y2Y and Vital Ground Foundation celebrate the purchase of land near the confluence of the Kootenai and Yaak rivers in Montana that will help protect and connect grizzlies and other wildlife. | Montana Public Radio, Nov. 14, 2018
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A scientific conference, Tracking the Human Footprint, set to start Sept. 11 in Big Sky, Montana. | Mountain Journal, Sept. 5, 2018
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This week's ruling by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service extends protections to the larger population of southern caribou. Y2Y's program director for B.C. and Yukon, Candace Batycki, comments on the changes and what that means for Canada. | The Spokesman-Review, Oct. 2, 2019
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Y2Y comments on the Western Governors' Association's decision to pass a resolution encouraging federal and state agencies to work together to identify and protect regions that wildlife use as migratory corridors. | Missoula Current, June 14, 2019
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Safeguarding Idaho's Salmon River
Learn how you are making ripples for future water planning in regions such as Idaho's High Divide.
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