Yellowstone to Yukon
Freedom to Roam
This visual conservation campaign documents the ambitious effort to preserve wildlife corridors that would link existing parks and public lands to ensure the survival of one of the world’s last intact mountain ecosystems: the Yellowstone to Yukon corridor, a 2,000-mile expanse in western North America along the spine of the Rockies.
About florian Schulz
Florian Schulz is a professional nature photographer who had dedicated his life to capturing inspiring images of wildlife. His photographs have appeared in international publications, including National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, and GEO. A native of Germany, Schulz spends eight to ten months a year in the field. He is the youngest founding member of the International League of Conservation Photographers and has won numerous awards, including Environmental Photographer of the Year and Conservation Photographer of the Year. Visit Florian’s site.
Supported conservation advocacy efforts of Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Alliance, an organization partnering with over 200 grassroots citizen groups.
Independent Publisher Book Award, “Most Likely to Save the Planet,” 2006
A traveling exhibit, “Yellowstone to Yukon: Freedom to Roam,” organized by the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle, reached 468,000 people from 2009 to 2012.
David Suzuki / David Quammen / Ted Kerasote / Robert F. Kennedy Jr. / Karsten Heuer / Douglas Chadwick / Rick Bass / Harvey Locke / Gary Tabor