From Salish Sea Wiki
National and Popular Literature
- The Beaver Institute aims to be a national organization supporting coexistance with beaver.
- Permaculture Magazine published a couple articles on beaver.
- Eager, the surprising secret life of beavers and why the matter is a new book on the topic.
- http://www.martinezbeavers.org/wordpress/ is a beaver coexistance advocacy resource based in Martinez, California.
Cascadian Groups and Project
- The Methow Valley Beaver Project pioneered beaver reintroduction in Washington.
- Pollock and others have been using beaver occupation to accrete floodplain after incision on the east side.
- The Tulalip Tribes have begun beaver relocation as part of their salmon recovery work.
- WDFW and a living with beavers publication
- Pollock et al 2015 beaver restoration guidebook describes best practices in a federal-local publication with NPLCC support.
- Google Scholar search for "Beaver" and "Pollock" provides fertile ground for local beaver research.
- Hydrologic and Geomorphic Effects of Beaver Dams and Their Influence on Fishes
- The Importance of Beaver Ponds to Coho Salmon Production in the Stillaguamish River Basin, Washington, USA
- Hood 2012 beaver in tidal marsh describes beaver settlement of tidal systems and intense Chinook salmon use of ponds for rearing.
- Whatcom Drainage Maintenance Guidance describes practices for suppressing beaver and their activity in wetlands drained for agriculture.
- The French Creek Drainage Management effort revolves around an attempt to shift to woody vegetation on ditches to restore water quality and fish habitat amidst a beaver population.
- Beavers Northwest is a local NGO involved in beaver advocacy. http://www.beaversnw.org/home.html
- CBD 2017 describes the Center for Biological Diversity and Northwest Environmental Advocates intent to sue USFWS, claiming that their Oregon coast beaver control activities were a violation of their obligations under the Endangered Species Act to protect and restore endangered Coho salmon populations.