Mission & Vision
The Beaver Institute‘s vision is to restore ecological balance with beavers.
Our mission is to be a catalyst for advancing beaver management and watershed restoration, training mitigation professionals, supporting scientific research, and increasing the public’s appreciation of the beaver’s critical role in creating climate resilient ecosystems.
Our goal is to resolve all beaver-human conflicts in a science-based manner in order to maximize the many benefits that beavers contribute to the environment.
As the only national beaver non-profit, we work locally throughout North America through our varied programs, empowering individuals and organizations to succeed in beaver management and coexistence, advocacy, education, and scientific research.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS / ADVISORY BOARD
Let's Work Together
The Beaver Institute, Inc. continually seeks new individual, regional and national program partners, and individual volunteers to advance our Mission and Vision.
Please contact us if you would like to explore possibility of working together to benefit beavers, wetlands, biodiversity, and us all
Affiliates, Funders & Partners
Animal Welfare Institute, Defenders of Wildlife, William Penn Foundation, Christopher Reynolds Foundation, Grantham Foundation, Fund for Wild Nature, Lawrence Foundation, Rushmore Foundation, John A. and Jane T. Wiederhold Foundation.
Donations and Volunteers
We are extremely grateful to all our volunteers and donors who make it possible for us to do the important work of promoting progressive beaver management, research, and education.
The Beaver institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Thank you for considering contributing to support our Mission and Vision. Thanks to our many volunteers we can get a lot accomplished with the donations we receive.