Beaver Conference and Beaver Institute Update
A short 4 weeks from now, the 2019 SURCP State of the Beaver Conference will be held in Canyonville, OR. Having traveled from Massachusetts to attend all but the first one, I can personally attest to the high quality of the presentations and the incredible energy that is created when so many beaver devotees are gathered in one place.
If you haven’t already made your arrangements, please consider doing so now. Here is the link: www.http://stateofthebeaver.org/Read More
Beaver Corps Training Program and Fundraiser Update
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!
Why Give a DAMn? – Water Quality
Clean Water is Precious, Essential for Life – Viewed from space, Earth is a water planet. Yet 97.5% of our planet’s water is undrinkable saline. Only 2.5% of all water is freshwater, and the majority of that is locked up, frozen in glaciers and polar ice. Surface freshwater makes up only 0.03% of all our planet’s water. We need to protect this essential resource. Beavers can help! How cool is that? Please read more.Read More
Why Give A DAMn? – Biodiversity
Back in 1998 when I first learned that beavers are critical for biodiversity I was amazed. I was immediately hooked by the realization that if we learned to coexist with beavers we would be supporting a myriad of other species at the same time. How cool is that?! Rather than just helping one species, there was a multiplier effect. Coexisting with one species, saved many!
So exactly how do beavers create biodiversity? To understand the answer to that important question let’s take a trip back in time.Read More
Why Give a DAMn? – Water Storage
Water is essential to life. Where water is scarce, beavers can help. Beaver dams store water when it is plentiful and slowly release it during dry periods when it is needed most. Beavers perform this important life supporting service naturally and for free.Read More