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!
Beavers Northwest is a recipient of a 2022 Charitable Donations Fund by Snoqualmie Tribes. The fund supports nonprofit organizations in continuing their services, programs, and passion. This donation enables BNW to provide outreach, education, and technical assistance throughout the Puget Sound region.
Beavers Northwest is a recipient of a 2021 Cooperative Watershed Management Grant administered by King County. The Cooperate Watershed Management Program supports priority salmon recovery projects within King County watersheds. This grant enables BNW to provide education and outreach, technical assistance, and cost share opportunities in select watersheds.
Beavers Northwest is a recipient of a 2019 WaterWorks Grant facilitated by King County. The WaterWorks Program funds and supports projects that enhance water quality in wastewater systems. This grant enables habitat improvement, non-lethal beaver devices, surveying on Parks lands, and outreach and education by BNW.
Beavers Northwest was a recipient of a 2019 Puget Sound Stewardship and Mitigation Fund grant to provide low cost pond levelers to landowners. The fund was created by the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance and administered by the Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment.
Beavers Northwest was a 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 developed and piloted a Beavers and Wetlands conservation field study program!