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Jodi Hilty, who has worked in wildlife conservation for decades, watches a young caribou closely, and with optimism. | Vancouver Star, May 6, 2019
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The British Columbia government has added a month to its consultations on caribou conservation because of community concerns over logging, backcountry access and talks with First Nations. | Globe and Mail, Apr. 15, 2019
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Y2Y's Tim Burkhart comments on the B.C. draft agreement plans announced for caribou. | Rocky Mountain Goat, Apr. 9, 2019
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Collecting community caribou knowledge
In 2017, we awarded Dr. Naima Jutha the Sarah Baker Memorial Fund award for her ambitious project studying B.C.’s Northern Mountain population of woodland caribou. We caught up with the veterinarian and Master's student in the Department of Ecosystem and Public Health at University of Calgary to learn more about her exciting work.
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An agreement between B.C., Ottawa, the West Moberly and Saulteau First Nations is one of two caribou agreements announced Thursday. | Canadian Press, Mar. 21, 2019
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Tim Burkhart discusses the news that B.C.’s government has reached two draft agreements with the aim of protecting the province’s dwindling caribou population. | Global News, Mar. 21, 2019
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Landmark agreement provides hope for northern herds, but questions remain for southern mountain caribou. | The Narwhal, Mar. 21, 2019
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New caribou agreement advances reconciliation and improves wildlife habitat
Y2Y congratulates and applauds West Moberly First Nations and Saulteau First Nations, the province of British Columbia and Environment and Climate Change Canada in negotiating an agreement to protect and recover caribou in Treaty 8 traditional territory.
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A new community science research project aims to better understand wolverines. | Vancouver Metro Star, Feb. 13, 2019
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Backcountry users in southeastern B.C. asked to participate in wolverine research
Researchers are seeking for community scientists to better understand wolverines in southeast British Columbia.
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