The Habitat Institute (THI) is a 501(c) 3 non-profit scientific and educational organization offering insight for ways to enhance and sustain habitat(s) and their biodiversity through time, which is a necessary precondition for the well-being of mankind and our natural world. THI has secured over $150 million dollars in funding for mitigation for the public and has helped procure over $1 billion dollars in ecosystem restoration funding for public projects.

 
 

With possessing the privilege of the earth, comes our responsibility of maintaining its ecological integrity.


THERE ARE
323400800
People in the U.S.

SPECIES CURRENTLY IDENTIFIED WORLDWIDE ARE
1.4 – 1.8 MILLION
WITH AN UNCERTAIN AMOUNT OF LOSS
ESTIMATED AT A VERY MINIMUM OF

200/YEAR

BUT ONLY
0
HABITAT INSTITUTE
To make informed decisions concerning valuing nature, one must use a strong foundation that assess species-habitats functions.


As a trusted source for natural resource information and guided by the Institute’s mission, we strive to provide science-based informational tools to natural resource management staff and the public

The Habitat Institute believes that in order to have the ability to make informed decisions in regards to valuing nature we must first look through the eyes and lives of fish & wildlife.

Keep our habitats intact!










Maintaining the viability of a variety of habitats helps support a variety of species for the future.


Oregon


P.O. Box 855
Corvallis, OR 97339
(541) 753-2199 • info@habitatinstitute.org


Help us help the earth!


The Habitat Institute welcomes supporting contributions of any size.






California


1840 41st AVE Suite 102-223
Capitola, CA 95010
(831) 212-2402 • info@habitatinstitute.org