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The Greater Yellowstone Coalition (GYC) is pleased to announce Craig Benjamin as its Director of Conservation, a critical leadership role at the largest organization focused on conserving the world-renowned Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Mr. Benjamin will be based out of Jackson, Wyoming and starts in his new role on October 24th, 2022. Craig was selected, according…

More Yellowstone bison will be saved from slaughter thanks to $500,000 jointly raised by the Greater Yellowstone Coalition and Yellowstone Forever. The Greater Yellowstone Coalition and Yellowstone Forever have each raised $250,000 in time for Yellowstone National Park to expand facilities this year for Yellowstone’s Bison Conservation Transfer Program. This program identifies brucellosis-free bison and moves…

The decision Wednesday by the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reaffirms the state’s authority over wildlife

The Montana Supreme Court sent a message to Lucky Minerals about their proposed Yellowstone gold mine: not now, not ever. The case before the Supreme Court of Montana -– Park County Environmental Council and Greater Yellowstone Coalition versus the Montana Department of Environmental Quality, the State of Montana, and Lucky Minerals Inc – has ended…

A massive wildlife project gets a major donation. The Greater Yellowstone Coalition has donated $200 thousand dollars to the Dry Piney wildlife crossing project, a major effort to reduce the number of vehicle-wildlife collisions on the 17-mile stretch of US-189 between Big Piney and La Barge in Sublette County. Bob Budd, director of the Wyoming…

Bored at home? Why not enter a model-building competition? The Greater Yellowstone Coalition has announced a model building competition for all state residents to enter during their coronavirus lockdowns. But this particular project has a specific focus: wildlife crossings. Recently, state agencies like WYDOT have seen an influx of funding to put towards the construction…


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