We need water! We want our native salmon runs back! And we want them for less cost, no additional taxes and less paper work! Welcome to the State of the Beaver 2013 Conference where we will learn to work with beavers to gain their benefits and minimize the problems they can cause.
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BAC was formed within SURCP January 2007. BAC is chaired by Leonard Houston and co-chaired by Lois Houston, in consultation with SURCP directors, Stanley Petrowski and Steve Egbert. The Beaver Advocacy Committee operates within the by-laws of The South Umpqua Rural Community Partnership and has the full benefits and privileges of SURCP's 501c3 non-profit status.
The Beaver Advocacy Committee (BAC) will be an advocate of restoring viable beaver populations with the purpose establishing wetlands to enhance coho salmon, salmonid and aquatic species populations. It will do this through the following means:1.Rescue threatened and unwanted beavers and relocate them to ecologically viable regions (beaver habitat) that can sustain them.