Day One – Beaver Essentials – All Sessions

Day One – Individual Session Video Links

Michael Pollock NOAA Fisheries – Beaver Habitat and Salmonids

Ben Goldfarb: Author “Eager” – Beaver Introduction

Rick Lanman: Historical Ecology Center – Shifting Baseline Syndrome, and the Rediscovery of Beavers Nativity to Costal California and the Sierra Nevada Mountains

Jeff Baldwin: Sonoma State – Working With Beavers to Mitigate & Adapt to Climate Change in California’s Highlands

Trina Cunningham: Maidu Consortium – Tribal Restoration Partners

Karen Pope USFS – Beavers, Amphibians and Birds

Marjorie Caisley: CDFW – CDFW Policy and Habitat

Michael Callahan: Beaver Institute – Common Conflicts and How to Manage

Kevin Swift: Swift Water Design – Local Examples of Beaver Management

Day Two – Beaver Dynamics – All Sessions

Day Two – Individual Session Video Links

Emily Fairfax, Cal State Channel Islands – Beavers & Fire Refugia

Nina Hemphill: BLM – Using BDAs to restore small meadows

Bob Pagliuco: NOAA Fisheries – Beavers, BDAs & Coho Salmon Recovery

Bethany Johnson: Collins Pines Timber – Beavers for Restoration & Conservation on Managed Timber Land

Joe Wheaton: Utah State University – Low-Tech Process-Based Restoration of Riverscapes

Susan Charnley: USFS – Human Dimensions of Beaver Restoration

Betsy Stapleton: SVWA – Barriers to Beaver Restoration

Kate Lundquist – Bring Back the Beaver Campaign Updates

Audrey Taub & Cooper Lienhart – Community Involvement and SLO Beaver Brigade

California Beaver Summit

Climate change is making California hotter, drier, and harder on people and wildlife. Find out how beaver can help.

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