Sharing Information

Helping landowners 

improving watersheds

Beaver Conservation & education 

Outreach and Education

We are regularly asked to speak at a wide range of outreach events from elementary schools, high schools, to college, government, and academic events. Please contact us for more information about public lectures and outreach opportunities

Thank you cards sent to us after giving a presentation on beavers to the fourth grade class at West Woodland Elementary School. We had an awesome time!

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Landowner and Beaver Management Information

​Links to other great pages

The following sites provide great information about beaver life history and how to deal with them.

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Living with Beavers website

This is a great website with tons of information on dealing with beaver conflict.

The Lands Council

The Lands Council, in Spokane WA. was among the first in Washington to find sustainable solutions for dealing with beavers. This site provides a background on beaver ecology and has some cool multimedia, too.

Beavers: Wetlands and Wildlife

Beavers: Wetlands and Wildlife is an educational nonprofit which provides information about beavers and how to reduce conflict in an environmentally sound and cost-effective manner. This is a great resource to learn about the important role that beavers play within their ecosystems and get helpful suggestions about how to coexist with beavers.

Beaver Restoration Guidebook

​A collaborative guide to working with beavers to restore streams, wetlands, and floodplains, prepared by members of the US Fish and Wildlife Service, NOAA, Portland State University, and the US Forest Service.