Beavers Northwest increases acceptance and understanding of beavers to support healthier and more resilient ecosystems
Beavers Northwest finds non-lethal solutions to your beaver conflicts. We design, install and maintain coexistence devices like flow devices and exclusion fences.
We regularly host events and lectures for a wide range of audiences from elementary schools and high schools, to college, government, or academic events.
As experts in beaver coexistence, Beavers Northwest offers trainings and management plans to other organizations including local government entities or other nonprofits.
Beaver management and the science behind it continues to grow and evolve. With more research, we are able to find better solutions.
A healthy riparian habitat allows beavers to thrive and reduces conflicts with non-habitat areas. Ecological restoration of riparian areas also contributes to resiliency and overall health of the surrounding ecosystem.
Technical advice on flood reduction and flow devices
Technical advice on protecting trees from beaver activity
Information about the life history and ecology of beavers
In addition to our nature walks, we often host lectures, field trips, and trainings upon request
A guide on how to learn more about and potentially see beavers on your own
Year round work in streams and beaver ponds near you! Check out our social media for highlights