Feb 09 2023
Return of the ecosystem engineersAfter being trapped out, a scientist is working to restore healthy beaver population to Wyoming landscape.
Sep 07 2022
It Was War. Then, a Rancher’s Truce With Some Pesky Beavers Paid Off"The ‘highly skilled environmental engineers’ can help to store precious water and rejuvenate land ravaged by climate change. Just don’t dynamite their homes."
Jun 10 2022
Modern-day trappers are using beavers to fight the effects of droughtA partnership between governmental agencies and university researchers has modern-day trappers searching Utah for beavers to lessen the effects of drought.
May 02 2022
We don’t deserve beavers"Then, two years after the beavers moved in, a team visiting the site noticed something interesting—the water that spilled over the beaver dams was running clear."
Jul 03 2021
How the Eager Beaver Helps Protect the PlanetWhen we protect natural places and conserve the wildlife that makes them function, we protect the very life support systems we depend on. When we make the space for beavers to thrive, these wetland engineers support biodiversity, defend the landscape from fire and drought, and even promote carbon sequestration. With all that we’re learning about the diverse benefits of beavers, it’s clear we need to start working with—rather than against—these stewards of healthy waterways.