Meet Our Supporters
One of our greatest strengths is the diversity and dedication of the people and groups that support our work across the Yellowstone to Yukon region. Click here for a list of Y2Y's Foundation, Corporate and Government supporters.
See below for just a sample of the unique stories that our many supporters have to tell.
|Sarah Palmer and Tom Plunkett say their support for Y2Y means working together to preserve an incredibly unique and beautiful part of the world.|
|The Wilburforce Foundation and Y2Y are like overlays of the same map—informing each other in both mission and geography.|
|A rancher in predator country, Dennis Iverson has been finding new ways to "bear" the cost of conservation and supporting Y2Y along the way.|
|The Conservation Alliance was created in 1989 as a way to protect wild places across North America, and the group supports Y2Y for the same reasons.|
|One of the world’s top walking travel companies, Country Walkers supports Y2Y while helping people travel with a purpose.|
|All the way from New York City, artist and nature lover Heidi Nitze has been supporting Y2Y since 2005.|
|A Y2Y Supporter since 2007, Chris Bunting is the director of the Bunting Family Foundation.|
|Now retired, Y2Y Supporter Roger S. Smith was once the VP of Research for the University of Alberta and former Dean of the School of Business.|
|A Y2Y funder since 1999, Rose Letwin believes we can create a place where animals can thrive.|
A ten-year-old named Murdoch graciously gave up his own birthday presents to give to Y2Y!
|Also a Board member, Kent Nelson says he supports Y2Y because, as a wildlife photographer, he sees "firsthand the interconnectedness of everything."|
|Y2Y's work in the Peace River region got Barbara Holmberg's attention, and it has inspired her to lend her support.|
|In 2012, Volker Stevin employees picked up 3,400 roadkill carcasses, a ghastly job that makes them big supporters of Y2Y's efforts to minimize wildlife-vehicle collisions.|