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Y2Y's Dr. Aerin Jacob is featured in Stepping Up, a series introducing Canadians to their country’s new sources of inspiration and leadership. | Globe and Mail, Dec. 9, 2018
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The Southern Selkirks caribou herd once traversed the U.S.-Canada border. Biologists captured the last member of the herd this week. | Science, Jan. 17, 2019
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Y2Y is featured in this article about the importance of reconnecting public lands in an age of climate change. I The Conversation, Jan. 15, 2019
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Harvey Locke, Y2Y co-founder, in an interview about Y2Y and how it involves Alberta' s Bighorn Country. I Global News Radio, Jan. 11, 2019
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Y2Y conservation scientist Aerin Jacob was interviewed about how helpful it can be to learn wildlife snow-tracking. I CTV News Edmonton, Jan. 11, 2019
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Y2Y was interviewed in an article about how First Nations communities are leading the effort to rescue the last remaining caribou herds from extinction. I The Atlantic, Dec. 17, 2018
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Y2Y staff on climate change and what it means for caribou. | National Post, Dec. 14, 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 and Vital Ground Foundation celebrate land acquisition in northwest Montana that will help secure a corridor for grizzly bears to travel between two isolated ecosystems in Montana.| Boise State Public Radio, Nov. 27, 2018
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You’re developing young naturalists: Helping kids get involved in their landscape
This summer, your contributions enabled us to partner with Idaho Fish and Game and Selkirk Outdoor Leadership and Education to let kids experience nature at two field workshops in north Idaho.
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