For those who have expressed doubt or questioned Y2Y's long term objective regarding more restrictive land use or creation of corridors, they are actively pursuing this in Canmore, Canada by halting land development.
In spite of the developer dedicating a large portion of their project on corridors, fencing, and community education for each development area, this was not enough for Y2Y. They want all development stopped so a study can be conducted on the development project as a whole. Like Island Park, Y2Y interference in local towns has created some divisions in the community.
As indicated in this news report, Y2Y was successful in shutting down this project two months later, and it was all based on a "wildlife corridor".
Make no mistake, if Y2Y gets their way and overpasses are built, their next pursuit will be a declaration of a wildlife corridor, and Island Park citizens will forever lose control over how Island Park lives on. This is Y2Y's true colors, control over land use, dictating how and where we live, and if we will even be allowed to live there when they finish their agenda to control our land.
UPDATE 6/26/18 - Y2Y got their way, development in the above area was stopped. Everyone needs to understand that overpasses are one method used by Y2Y to get an area declared a corridor. In the case of Island Park, if an overpass is built, that area will easily be pursued for a corridor designation and as one can see what happened in Canada, it will happen in Island Park. These conservation initiatives will take over land use and regulation, and dictate development, not the local citizens.