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2016 Y2Y Partner Grant Recipients

The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative is pleased to announce its 2016 Y2Y Partner Grant recipients. This year alone, we invested over $48,000 in the following 15 organizations that will help protect and connect the habitat from Yellowstone to Yukon so people and nature can thrive.

Bear Conflict Solutions
Living with Wildlife in the Bow Valley- Documentary, Digital Narrative, ShortsVideo Series - $3,000

GTC Cultural Heritage Division (Gwich’in Social and Cultural Institute)
Wind River Booklet - $3,000

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

Lincoln County Environmental Health Department
Lincoln County Solid Waste Collection Sites - $3,000

Montana State University Gallatin County Extension - Natural Resource Program
Big Sky Conservation Partnership - $3500

Northern Wetbelt Working Group
Documenting the Northern Wetbelt and Promoting its Conservation - $3000

Raptor View Research Institute
Rogers Pass Raptor Site Development Project - $3,000

Road Watch in the Pass
Helping Animals Cross Highway 3 Safely - $3,000

Tom Miner Basin Association
Range Rider and Conflict Prevention Program - $3,000

Valhalla Wilderness Society
Fish-Bear Lakes Western Toad Ecology and Highway 31A Mortality Mitigation Study - $2,500

Valley Advocates for Responsible Development
Protecting Wildlife Corridors from Development - $3,500

Waterton Biosphere Reserve Association
Supporting Coexistence of Large Carnivores and People in Southwestern Alberta - $4,000

WCS Wildlife Conservation Society Canada
Protecting and Connecting the Bighorn Backcountry in Alberta - $4,000

West Kootenay EcoSociety
Selkirk/Purcell Conservation Action Plan - $2,000

Yukon Conservation Society and Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society – Yukon Chapter
Public Campaign to Protect Yukon’s Peel Watershed - $5,000