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Bees are badass
How bees and other pollinators are helping wildlife – and us – thrive and survive.
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Traditional knowledge is enriching scientific information about our natural world and is a growing movement in the science world, including for Y2Y's Dr. Aerin Jacob. | The Narwhal, June 20, 2019
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Y2Y's Dr. Jodi Hilty comments on a recent study showing cimate change could lead to a shortage of a critical seasonal grizzly bear food in the Rocky Mountains in in the next 60 years in the months before hibernation. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, Apr. 18, 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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Driving to common goals in Idaho's lower Kootenai River Valley
In 2018, we awarded Rachel Ackerman a Sarah Baker Memorial Fund grant for her social science research in Idaho’s lower Kootenai River Valley. We caught up with her to learn more about her forward-thinking plan.
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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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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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Addressing B.C.'s species an urgent matter, experts say
New report urges the provincial government to take new approach to endangered species law.
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Y2Y staffers and scientists have been working to help discover new species in the Canadian Rockies. | CBC Quirks & Quarks, Oct. 19, 2018
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Now hair's some good news: You're helping bears bounce back in a key Y2Y area
Thanks to the support of our donors, Y2Y — along with agency partners and other non-profits — works to help protect and connect habitat for grizzlies in the larger Cabinet-Purcell Mountain Corridor.
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