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Jan 17th, 2024 7:00 PM PST
(online via Zoom)
“Living with Beavers” by Ariana Winkler, SCD

It’s an otter! It’s a muskrat! It’s a….. beaver!

These dam-building engineers can certainly cause headaches by chewing trees, blocking culverts, or building dams that flood your property, but Snohomish Conservation District is here to help! In this webinar, learn about the benefits of having beavers on your property, some strategies for managing beaver conflicts, and opportunities for assistance from the District. Ariana Winkler, Living with Beavers Program Lead, promotes beaver coexistence and the habitat benefits of beaver ponds as she helps landowners with issues that can arise from having beavers on or near their property. She’s ready for your questions!

Click Here To Register (free)

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

The Camano Wildlife Habitat Project, sponsored by Friends of Camano Island Parks, hosts public presentations the third Wednesday of the month.



Meet at 9:45 at the Camano Ridge West entrance parking located on Camano Ridge Road, which is accessed from either East or West Camano Drive.  Take either East or West to Cross Island Road to turn South on Camano Ridge Road. Or take either East or West to Camano Hill Road to turn North on Camano Ridge Road.  Drive about 1 mile to the parking lot that is located on the East side of Camano Ridge Road.  The nearly 2.4 miles will include the East and West Loops plus the Wetland Trail.  The trails are generally level with a few short ups and downs.


Reminder for FOCIP Members

FOCIP members can now log in and submit work hours, reports on trial conditions, etc.  If you haven’t logged in and created a new password yet please do.

Your account has already been created. To access it, just visit and click on the Lost Password link under the login box and follow the directions, using your email address as username. If you do not receive an email with a link to reset your password, please reach out by clicking on the Contact link and we will set a temporary password for you.

Once you have created your new password and logged in, you will be directed to the Member Login page where you can fill out a trail report and access existing reports. We’ve tried to make filling out a report as easy as possible with instructions on the page. To see examples of a completed report, click on Trail Reports.

We’ve had a great initial response from members filling out Trail Reports and logging hours, please continue!
If you are members reporting hours as a couple, please make a note of that in the comments so we can log the hours for both members.

If you have any questions about filling out the form, email

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