Muddy Boots Blog

Muddy Boots is our internal blog where our staff members share experiences getting their boots muddy with on-the-ground conservation research! You can find our contributions to external blogs and Op Eds here.

New twists and turns: the ongoing dance for protection of the Peel Watershed

New twists and turns: the ongoing dance for protection of the Peel Watershed
(March 05, 2014)   -   The campaign for conservation of the Peel watershed in northern Yukon has recently shifted from the courts of public and political opinion to the courts of law. Across Canada, and especially in Yukon, the justice system is increasingly being asked to rule on controversies over environmental concerns and aboriginal rights and title. The fight for the future of this large and magnificently wild boreal landscape is now in the hands of the lawyers and judges.    

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Introducing Our Muddy Boots

Introducing Our Muddy Boots
(February 10, 2014)   -   We thought it was time we invited people into the world that drives our science and our passion. The world of long days flying over vast snowy landscapes, of waking at dawn in a tent by a river, and of bushwhacking through dense forests. The world of rain and snow and mud and heat, of black flies and mosquitoes, of black bears and moose, of leaky boats and tangled nets, of inspiration and awe and excitement. The world of Muddy Boots.

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