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An episode of "I'll Be Dammed," the Methow Beaver Project podcast. Alexa Whipple is the current Director at the Methow Beaver Project. She discusses the history of beaver trapping in North America, the radical changes to the land and ecology that resulted, how beavers are part of climate change resilience, and why, in the face of so much environmental doom, beaver restoration offers realistic and much needed hope. Get the inside scoop on our mission, how we are funded as a nonprofit, and what Alexa does on a day-to-day level.

Beavers, water storage, and climate change (Benjamin Dittbrenner) - Columbia Springs Beaver Bash. This video features Benjamin Dittbrenner, a freshwater biologist who investigates beavers in relation to water storage, climate change, and more.

Smokey the Beaver: A Webinar for the U.S. Forest Service by Dr. Emily Fairfax. This webinar answers the question of how beavers (and of course their dams) protect wetland and stream-side vegetation when wildfire comes ripping through the landscape.

While away your quarantine by learning about nature's most ingenious engineers with Ben Goldfarb, author of "Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter."

Watch this video to see all of the wildlife that uses beaver ponds.