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BuckeyesTo inquire about any available native plants for targeted restoration actions that enhance salmonid habitat, email Sarah Phillips at



Bring Back the Beavers!

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North American beaver (Castor canadensis) are what biologists call a “keystone species” as the habitat they create benefits many other species. Their dams improve water quantity and quality, increase late season flow and reduce the impacts of flooding. Despite these benefits, current California beaver policy solely focuses on recreational hunting and lethal nuisance management. In response, the WATER Institute has launched a Bring Back the Beaver Campaign to educate citizens about the importance of beaver. In order to improve water supply for humans and the environment and increase resilience to drought and climate change, we are working to integrate their management into California policy and regulation.

To learn more, contact Kate Lundquist (ext. 118) or Brock Dolman (ext. 106) or check out THESE BEAVER RESOURCES.