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Concern about Oregon’s beaver population

Beaver activity protects our health, our livelihoods and our natural resources. It’s time to amend state regulations to increase protected beaver habitat on our public lands.
WATCH – On Friday, November 13th, the Oregon Fish & Wildlife Commission will review our petition to end hunting & trapping of beaver on public lands in Oregon.
Beavers are nature’s engineers, improving water quality, diversifying habitat, creating fire breaks against wildfires and improving stream flows for fish. Beaver habitats are helping humans and the natural environment to be resilient in combating the impacts of climate change. Lend support by tuning-in.

Meeting Agenda
YouTube Video Link- ODFW YouTube

TIME – This petition will include public testimony under Exhibit E, and is likely to be taken up after 1:00 p.m., on Friday, November 13, 2020. 

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