When we look at territorial and provincial boundaries on a map, they allude to a homogeneity of landscape that doesn’t reflect the true reality on the ground. Yukon is incredibly diverse, and the closer the lens you look through (ecoregion, ecodistrict, etc.) the greater that diversity becomes, and with it the greater the urgency to protect these landscapes.
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