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2019 Partner Grant Recipients

The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative is pleased to announce its 2019 Y2Y Partner Grant recipients. This year alone, we invested over $60,500 in the following 18 organizations that will help protect and connect the habitat from Yellowstone to Yukon so people and nature can thrive.

Anthony Pavkovich
Traversing Yellowstone's High Country: Skiing Through Changing Climate - $5,000

British Columbia Conservation Foundation
Wildlife Collision Prevention Program - $2,000

Carnivore Coexistence, UW-Madison; Wolf Awareness
Carnivores & Communities Co-Flourishing Program; A Range Rider Pilot - 5,000

Cube Iron - Cataract Coalition
Support for CICC Map and Banquet - $1,000

Glacier-Two Medicine Alliance
The Badger-Two Medicine Permanent Protection Campaign - 2,000

Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation
Tetons Western Slope Corridor Connectivity Project - $3,000

Nature Conservancy of Canada - Alberta Region
Jim Prentice Wildlife Corridor - $5,000

People and Carnivores
Keeping Bears and People Safe in Rural Montana Communities - $3,000

Province of British Columbia - Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development
Quantifying Rates and Mechanisms of Grizzly Bear Mortality in the Elk Valley - $4,000

Sinopah Wildlife Research Associates
Why Did The Bear Cross the Road? A Wildlife Connectivity Education Initiative - $5,000

Tom Miner Basin Association
Conflict Reduction Practices and Range Riding Program - $3,000

Townsite of Redwood Meadows
Redwood Meadows Wildsmart Program - $5,000

Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project
Grizzly Bear Connectivity & Coexistence Through Conflict Reduction - $4,000

Valhalla Wilderness Society
Fish-Bear Lakes Western Toad Ecology and Highway 31A Wildlife Corridor Mortality - $3,000

Wildsight - Creston Valley Branch
Creston Valley Green Map Phase 2 - $2,000

WildWise Yukon - Centre for Human-Wildlife Conflict Solutions
Mapping Human-Bear Conflict in Yukon Communities - $2,000

Winter Wildlands Alliance
21st Century Approaches to Collaboration and Management: Wolverine & Winter Recreation - $3,000

Yukon Conservation Society
YCS Community Presentations on Mines and Resource Roads - $3,500