In the recent decade, there has been a growing interest from landowners and land managers regarding how to manage/live with beavers. This signaled to us a real need for sharing information on how to co-exist with beavers and using beavers as a watershed management tool for watershed resiliency and restoration. We have been, and continue to share this information by hosting webinars, hands-on workshops, and providing written resources, which can be found in the sidebar of this page. We will be adding to this collection over time so please check back often.

If you are interested in attending a workshop or webinar please contact us.

Textural Beaver Repellent for Tree Protection - Results

Beaver Coexistence Tools - Cost-benefit Analysis

Cost-benefit Analysis Reference List

Beaver Coexistence Tools - Materials & Suppliers

Beaver and Fish Factsheet

Beaver and Fish Fact Sheet Reference List

Beaver Exclusion Fencing Installation - Training Session

Beaver Pond Leveller Installation - Training Session

Beaver Coexistence Tools Factsheet

Beaver Coexistence Workshiop Video

Coexisting with Beavers Part 1: Municipal District of Foothills

Coexisting with Beavers Part 2: Tofield

Beavers in Healthy Watersheds

This video is a webinar presented by Norine Ambrose of Cows and Fish to Alberta Environment and Parks staff including those involved with the Watershed resiliency and Restoration Program (WRRP), and approvals department. The webinar addresses understanding beavers' role as an ecosystem engineer and why/how we can coexist with them.

Partnering with Beaver to Restore Fish and Wildlife Habitat

The National Wildlife Federation and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service jointly presented a national webinar titled 'Partnering with Beaver to Restore Fish and Wildlife Habitat,' featuring Nick Bouwes. The webinar discusses the use of Beaver Dam Analogues as a restoration tool. Click on the screenshot to see the full summary and video of this webinar.

Part One - Part Two