Beaver Conservation & education
The Beaver Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a mission of providing financial and technical assistance to support research, public education and landowner assistance. Based out of Massachusetts, they offer a great resource for folks hoping to mitigate beaver conflicts and learn more about these amazing animals! We are proud to be a partner organization with The Beaver Institute.
Benjamin Premack, JD, MIA is based out of Bellevue, WA. He is a Washington State Attorney whose practice focuses on environmental law, business law and elder law.
Beaver Solutions™ specializes in resolving human/beaver conflicts. Our highly successful flow devices usually offer the most cost-effective and long-lasting solution to beaver-related flooding problems. We combine an understanding of beaver behavior and abilities with the latest advances in design to create cost-effective, low maintenance flow devices that prevent damaging flooding. We also offer licensed beaver removal.
PAWS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and champion of animal welfare in the Northwest. They rehabilitate injured and orphaned wildlife and provide shelter and find homes for cats and dogs. They envision a world where people recognize the intrinsic value of animals and work to educate people and advocate for animal welfare. PAWS generously provides veterinary care and technical assistance for the Sky Beaver Project.
Tom and Pat are a husband and wife team whose photographs appear in hundreds of U.S. and foreign publications each year. Their passion is photographing a single wildlife species in an intimate and in-depth style, recording its key behaviors in every season ending with a complete story package. They have sold photo story packages on grizzlies, black bear, wolves, beaver, badger, mountain goats, and most other North American wildlife. In recent years, they have also focused on international endangered species including: pandas in China, penguins in Antarctica, elephants in Africa, tigers and rhinos in India. They have been featured in magazines including: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION, AUDUBON, SIERRA.
Through their images, they desire to encourage others to be good stewards of this incredible resource--Earth. They make their home in Vancouver, Washington. Tom and Pat are proud sponsors of Beavers Northwest.
CREOi facilitates student research and outreach efforts that promote wildlife, habitat and natural resource conservation. CREOi is a generous sponsor of Beavers Northwest and the research and conservation efforts that we are undertaking. Zoe Hayes is the 2015 CREOi Conservation Fellow.
Inspired by urban beavers in downtown Martinez, CA, local residents have advocated for the importance of beavers. They perform public outreach, keep tabs on the local beaver population and organize an annual Beaver Festival!
Beavers Northwest is grateful for all the support we have received from individuals and organizations. We work with many fabulous partners to bring wetland conservation to the region. This is by no means an exhaustive list, however the partners listed below have had a significant impact on our organization. Thanks to all!
Lake Forest Park Stewardship Foundation provides community engagement, appreciation and stewardship of natural spaces in Lake Forest Park. They are a strong advocate for natural spaces including wetlands and wildlife!
Beavers Northwest is the recipient of the 2018 Paul Wiseman Conservation Education grant distributed by the Keta Legacy Foundation. We are so grateful for this amazing opportunity to expand our environmental education offerings to local elementary schools. With this grant, Beavers Northwest will develop and pilot a Beavers and Wetlands conservation field study program!
Snohomish Conservation District works cooperatively with others to promote and encourage conservation and responsible use of natural resources. They offer assistance with a wide range of natural resource concerns from farm management and storm-water mitigation to riparian restoration and beaver management.