Beaver Institute: Provides technical and financial assistance to public and private landowners experiencing beaver conflicts, support scientific research, train mitigation professionals, and increase public appreciation of the beaver’s critical role in creating healthy wetland ecosystems.
Beavers Wetlands & Wildlife: An educational nonprofit that has been helping people learn about lasting, win-win solutions for beaver/human conflicts for over thirty years. Two great resources include:
Working With Beaver: A joint project of Wildlife 2000 and The Grand Canyon Trust. This document provides detailed information on building flow devices and more.
Disclaimer: The information above is provided for educational purposes only. We encourage you to do your own research on specific methods that will work best for you and your property. Any beliefs and/or opinions stated by the resources listed above do not necessarily reflect the beliefs and/or opinions of AWPP committee members, Benton County, or their affiliate organizations.