The Yellowstone to Yukon region is a geography of hope, able to support people, all wildlife and natural systems.
What we do
Where we work
With your help
How we do it
As a result, we undertake a variety of projects within the following eight themes:
We work with willing property owners to secure land and maintain key connections for wildlife.
We identify core habitat under risk of development and finds ways to protect it.
We are a voice for the Yellowstone to Yukon region in advancing policies and practices that support the Yellowstone to Yukon vision.
We help make roads safer for both human travel and wildlife movement.
We support education programs and tools that assist people to share space with wildlife.
We assess whether development is consistent with our vision and we speak out when it brings more damage than benefit.
We heal damaged forests and streams to increase the habitat available for wildlife.
We spread our vision for a connected Yellowstone to Yukon landscape via our ever-growing networks.
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Header photo: Hiking in the Columbia Headwaters, Alex Popov