High in the Rockies. _ Ross Donihue photo
Y2Y e-newsletter - October 2017

Monthly donors are key to our success
With fall upon us, you may find yourself reflecting on nature as the colors change all around you. 

Here at Y2Y we're reflecting on a busy summer: one that includes dams, beer and so much more.  Keep reading to get the details on all of those happenings.
However, what rises to the top for me is the incredible growing community of supporters that make it possible for us to do our work. Thank you for cherishing this wild landscape!
T hank you for being a part of the Yellowstone to Yukon vision.
Jodi Hilty
Warmest regards,
Jodi Hilty, PhD 
President and Chief Scientist

P.S.: Look for our final print newsletter for the year, arriving in your mailbox soon. It will show how communities and partners are working together to live in harmony with wildlife. 
Play peekaboo with a lynx in Idaho

A new film series shines a spotlight on the organizations, people, places and conservation needs of the Cabinet-Purcell Mountain Corridor.

Yoho overpass
Wildlife crossings ahead!

Crews across Yellowstone to Yukon have been busy planning, constructing and consulting on new wildlife overpasses this summer. 
See a timelapse of overpass construction
Alley Kat beer
From great water, great beer

The Love Your Headwaters campaign enters an exciting new phase in Alberta.
Read more
Stop the Site C dam
Taking action on Site C

Y2Y's work often involves seizing time-sensitive opportunities that may allow us to make progress on our priorities.

Moose photo by Ross Donihue Get to know Y2Y intern Ross Donihue

Ross spent the summer mapping co-existence work and taking amazing photographs (like the moose to the right) as he worked to bridge science, policy and community across Yellowstone to Yukon.

Harvey Locke Y2Y co-founder nominated for 2018 Indianapolis Prize

Conservationist and wildlife advocate Harvey Locke is among the nominees being considered for the world's leading animal conservation award.

John Weaver
Upcoming Events
Nov. 7 to 21, across B.C.'s Kootenays | Last Stand: The Vanishing Caribou Rainforest film screening
Take a cinematic journey into the home of the endangered mountain caribou in the world's largest remaining inland template rainforest. Learn what threats face this herd as they struggle to recover. Join Y2Y and Wildsight for screenings to take place this November in B.C. Kootenay communities, followed by a conservation panel discussion. 
Admission: $10 in advance, $12 at door |  Dates and locations

Nov. 8 in Banff, AB |  Muddy Boots in the Field: A Lifetime of Studying Big Wild Animals from Yellowstone to Yukon
For the past 48 years, John Weaver has played many key roles in conservation of large wildlife in North America. Join John, senior conservation scientist for Wildlife Conservation Society, as he recounts stories from successful restoration of wolves to Yellowstone and massive expansion of Nahanni National Park. He will also present his new conservation report on the missing piece of the Y2Y area between Banff and Jasper National Parks. 
Admission: $10 (Proceeds support Y2Y) | Event info

Dec. 6 in Sandpoint, ID., and Dec. 7 in Missoula, MT. | Conservation film screening and panel
Join Y2Y's Lacy Robinson for a conservation film double-header featuring Last Stand: The Vanishing Caribou Rainforest and
Conservation Films of the Inland Northwest. These two films highlight caribou conservation and the important work being done by organizations in the Inland Northwest. The screenings will be followed by a conservation panel discussion with Lacy and the two filmmakers.
Admission: $9 suggested donation |
  Dates and locations  

Photo credits from top:
Banner and Jodi Hilty portrait: Ross Donihue; Donate image: Stephen Legault;
Lynx gif: Scott Rulander and David Moskowitz; Yoho overpass: Ross Donihue;  
Beer bottle: Adam Linnard; Harvey Locke: Marie-eve Marchand.

Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative 

200-1350 Railway Ave
Canmore, Alberta, Canada
T1W 1P6

P.O. Box 157
Bozeman, MT, 59771-0157

1.800.966.7920 |  info@y2y.net

Y2Y is a registered 501 (c)(3) organization (#81-0535303) in the United States, a Canadian Charity (#86430 1841 RR0001), and an Alberta Society (#509093118). We are committed to transparency and accountability.