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2018 Partner Grant Recipients

The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative is pleased to announce its 2018 Y2Y Partner Grant recipients. This year alone, we invested over $59,000 in the following 14 organizations that will help protect and connect the habitat from Yellowstone to Yukon so people and nature can thrive.

Bear Conflict Solutions Institute
Living with Wildlife 2.0 - Social Media Launch Strategy and Implementation - $3,000

Blackfeet Tribe Bison Program
The Iinnii Initiative: Surveying Landowners to Understand the Potential for Conflict with Wild, Free-ranging Buffalo in the Crown of the Continent - $4,000

Centre for Human-Wildlife Conflict Solutions (WildWise Yukon)
Reducing Human-Bear Conflict in Yukon Communities - $4,000

CPAWS Southern Alberta Chapter
Envisioning a Better Way Forward: Engaging Albertans in Forest Management - $3,000

Eastern Oregon Legacy Lands Fund
Big Wild in the Blues - $4,000

National Museum of Wildlife Art
Wildlife Migration Exhibit - $10,000

People and Carnivores
Keeping Bears out of Garbage—From Canisters to Whole Communities - $4,000

Tom Miner Basin Association
Proactive Methods for Reducing Livestock Loss Due to Predation by Wolves and Grizzly Bears - $4,000

Valhalla Wilderness Society
Fish-Bear Lakes Western Toad Ecology and Highway 31A Wildlife Corridor Mortality Mitigation Study - $5,000

Waterton Biosphere Reserve
Supporting Coexistence of Large Carnivores and People in Southwestern Alberta - $3,000

Whitefish Legacy Partners
Close the Loop - Protect Smith Lake Forever - $3,000

Wildsight - Creston Valley Branch
Creston Valley Green Corridor Mapping - $5,000

Yaak Valley Forest Council
Pacific Northwest Trail Relocation Campaign - $3,000

Yukon Conservation Society
Yukon Wetlands Protection: Summit and Public Event - $4,000