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Stephen Legault speaks to Ghost Valley residents about the future of the Eastern Slopes. | Cochrane Times, Apr. 5, 2017
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Conservation groups in the province are welcoming the Alberta government’s draft Livingstone-Porcupine Hills Land Footprint and Recreation Management plans. | Lethbridge Herald, Mar. 31, 2018
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Bent Stick Brewing Company is using their beer to encourage Edmontonians to protect the headwaters of the North Saskatchewan. | CBC Edmonton AM, July 18, 2017
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Y2Y water project update briefs
Catch up on recent developments in the Yellowstone to Yukon region from our Spring/Summer 2017 newsletter.
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The Alberta Government announces three provincial parks, four recreation areas and wildland park planned for area near Nordegg. | CBC Edmonton, Nov. 23, 2018
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Exercising youthful power: One young Albertan gives back
This spring, while attending a presentation about our Love Your Headwaters campaign, 11-year-old Drake heard about our work to protect a place he loved — Alberta's Bighorn. It was at that moment he decided to take action.
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Y2Y Has High Expectations Ahead of North Saskatchewan RAC Advice
Y2Y is calling on the government of Alberta to protect the province’s headwaters.
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Y2Y comments on an announcement from UCP government plans to scrap a proposal by the NDP to protect 4,000 square kilometres of land – Bighorn Country in the eastern slopes. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, May 9, 2019
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Upper Bow Basin Cumulative Effects Study
New study offers promise for improved water quality and quantity and fewer floods in the Bow River watershed.
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Albertans encouraged to love their headwaters, celebrate water sources
Along with CPAWS, Y2Y has launched a new website educating Albertans on why provincial headwaters need protection.
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