Beaver Corps Training Program and Fundraiser Update

Nearly 2 weeks ago the Beaver Institute launched a new Beaver Corps training program with a corresponding fundraiser. I have some good news and some bad news. Interest in our new Professional Beaver Corps training program has far exceeded our expectations. We are thrilled at the number of people interested in learning successful techniques to non-lethally resolve beaver conflicts. The bad news is that our all-volunteer organization is now in greater need of financial support to train all these students. Please consider helping us financially, no matter how modest. Thank you.
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Beaver Institute Celebrates First Year

The Beaver Institute Celebrates its First Year and Launches Training Program !!!

In recognition of both our one year anniversary and the launching of our exciting new Beaver Corps training program, we are announcing a Matching Fund Drive for student scholarships.
Large or small, double your donation and imagine the satisfaction of helping a worthy student and how many beavers and ecosystems they will preserve!

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Why Give a DAMn? – Stream Restoration

Categories: Beaver Management | Blog | Education

Why Give a DAMn? There are many reasons beavers we need beavers. Reason #1: Stream Restoration

In the absence of beaver dams, erosion degrades streams and watersheds resulting in poorer water quality, quantity, and loss of biodiversity. Streams with beaver dams actually recover from the destructive effects of erosion and healthy watersheds can be restored.

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Protect Culverts from Beavers – Easily

See an easy and inexpensive way to protect road culverts from beaver dam blockages that also allows fish and wildlife passage.

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Our new “Safe Roads Initiative”

The Beaver Institute, Inc. is proud to launch its “Safe Roads Initiative” to help resolve beaver damming issues at road culverts nationwide.

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How To Protect Roads AND Beavers

To a beaver, a culvert pipe through a roadbed looks like a hole in a dam. So beavers damming road culverts is the most common human-beaver flooding conflict we see. Fortunately though, most road culverts can be protected from beaver damming without the need to kill the beavers.

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