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Show Your Support for Castle Special Place
Alberta's new government made an election pledge to protect the Castle Special Place. Let's encourage them to make good on their promise!
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Alberta's New Government Urged to Address SSRP Shortcomings
Banff's Crag and Canyon urges more protection for the Castle Wilderness Area in the Alberta Headwaters, with mentions of Y2Y, as well as partners CPAWS and the Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition.
Located in News / Y2Y in the News
Alberta’s new environment minister confirmed the government will move to better protect the Castle Wilderness Area, as Y2Y and other environmental groups have long been calling for.
Located in News / General News
Under New Leadership: Alberta's Headwaters
Highline Magazine just posted a story about Y2Y's Alberta Headwaters project, and how a new government may change the game for land-use planning in Alberta's watersheds.
Located in News / Y2Y in the News
Y2Y Receives a 2015 RBC Blue Water Grant
Y2Y and Biosphere Institute of the Bow Valley are selected in Alberta and the Territories to receive a 2015 RBC Blue Water Grant.
Located in News / Media Releases
Protecting the Bighorn in Alberta’s Headwaters
Y2Y's Sarah Cox writes that big changes could be coming to the Bighorn Wildland area under the North Saskatchewan Regional Plan.
Located in News / Updates from the Field
Preserve Our Watersheds: From Alberta Headwaters to the Ocean
New video from Y2Y and partners features the Bow River watershed, and the many land-use pressures it faces.
Located in News / Updates from the Field
Y2Y's Sarah Cox wants municipalities to consider protecting the Bighorn Backcountry as part of the North Saskatchewan Regional Plan, including the Town of Drayton Valley.
Located in News / Y2Y in the News
Not Quite What the Conservationists Ordered
Southern Alberta's final land-use plan, which will guide planning for the next 50 years, was a disappointment for Y2Y and other conservation groups.
Located in News / Updates from the Field
Albertans speak up to protect headwaters of North Saskatchewan -- with quotes from Y2Y's Sarah Cox.
Located in News / Y2Y in the News