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Read more about the connections between beavers, water, and healthy landscapes, and check out the resources below for more information.
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Slowing Down Streams for Salmon
Beavers and beaver structures help juvenile coho salmon survive and thrive
Beavers and Salmon: An Unexpected Alliance
Does the presence of beavers improve habitat for juvenile salmon and steelhead?
Make Way For Beavers
Thanks to a collaborative partnership, expert assistance is now available to public and private landowners seeking non-lethal approaches to manage beaver activity in Montana.
Beavers, Trout, and a Changing Climate
Research seeks to ensure beaver-related stream restoration is a boon rather than a bother for native trout.
Beavers, Water, and Fire—A New Formula for Success
Low-tech stream restoration works wonders for people and wildlife.
How Beavers Boost Stream Flows
After seeing how beavers helped Birch Creek flow again, Idaho rancher Jay Wilde has inspired hundreds of people to try beaver-assisted stream restoration.
Advancing Efforts to Restore Beavers for the Benefit of Montana Watersheds
2020 Strategy Meeting Report and Action Plan
More than one-third of U.S. fish and wildlife species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. The National Wildlife Federation is on the ground in seven regions across the country, collaborating with 53 state and territory affiliates to reverse the crisis and ensure wildlife thrive.