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Find out what’s new in the field with updates from the Carpe Diem West Network.

Tulalip Tribe - clean water, salmon and beavers

Look no further than to rodent restoration as a natural, ecological engineer. Many scientists and land managers are discovering that, far from being forces of destruction, beavers can serve as agents ...

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National Climate Assessment Report - Impacts hit closer to home

  We’ve all looked at the recent devastating National Climate Assessment report issued last month. One ray of hope is that excellent stories are being written by local journalists - covera...

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The Best Dam Ecosystem Engineers

Beavers may be our most important partner in protecting and restoring western streams and watersheds. By building temporary dams on small streams, beavers slow down rainwater runoff and snowmelt. This...

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Report Released - "Breaking Down Barriers: Priority Actions for Advancing Water Quality Trading"

In the recently released report "Breaking Down Barriers: Priority Actions for Advancing Water Quality Trading.”  The report is a product of the National Network on Water Quality Trading (“Natio...

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Montana's Water Future - Water Summit a Success!

As a headwaters state, Montana enjoys an abundance of clean, cold water – most of which originates in or near the state’s borders as mountain snowpack. Clean water is foundational to Montanans’ ...

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