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2015 Partner Grants

The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative is pleased to announce its 2015 Partner Grant recipients. This year alone, we invested over $50,000 in the following 15 projects that will help protect and connect the habitat from Yellowstone to Yukon so people and nature can thrive.

British Columbia Conservation Foundation
Wildlife Collision Prevention Program, $3,000

Craighead Institute

Promoting wildlife connectivity across the Madison Valley, Montana, $4,000

Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness
General Support for FSPW Education and Outreach, $3,000

Future West
Keeping the Gates Open for Wildlife in the Madison Valley, $3,000

Great Bear Foundation of Montana
Bears & Apples, $3,000

Great Divide Trail Association
2015 Aldridge Creek Trail Maintenance Trip, $1,000

Greater Yellowstone Coalition
Teton County Wildlife Crossings, $3,000

Hells Canyon Preservation Council
HCPC’s Wild Connections, $3,000

Keystone Conservation
Carnivore Coexistence on the Northern Rocky Front, $3,000

Selkirk Conservation Alliance
Grizzly Bear Sanitation and Outreach. Sullivan Lake Campgrounds, $3,000

Sierra Club of British Columbia Foundation
Saving the Peace River Valley, Stopping the Site C Dam, $4,000

People's Way Partnership
Communicating the Ecological Effectiveness of Highway Wildlife Crossings on US 93 North in Montana, $4,000

Waterton Biosphere Reserve
Supporting Coexistence of Large Carnivores and People in Southwestern Alberta, $5,000

WildWise Yukon
Reducing Bear-Human Conflict in Southern Yukon, $3,000

Yukon Conservation Society and Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society – Yukon Chapter
Public Campaign to protect Yukon’s Peel watershed, $5,000