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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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Y2Y's Hilary Young discusses why people might consider responsible tagging to help minimize environmental damage or disrupting wildlife. | Globe and Mail, Mar. 31, 2019
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Jodi Hilty discusses how wildlife don’t recognize boundaries, and radio collars provide no protection against traplines. CBC News, Mar. 7, 2019
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Ecologist Jodi Hilty explains what conservationists have learned about linking critical habitat areas together. | The Revelator, Mar. 6, 2019
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Y2Y among the Alberta wildlife and conservation groups raising concerns about the possibility of passenger rail between Calgary and Banff, saying it may pose a danger to animals in the area. | The Star Calgary, Mar. 4, 2019
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Y2Y's Jodi Hilty discusses the importance of managing lands in and around national parks for wildlife health. The Narwhal, Feb. 22, 2019
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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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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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