Conservation science is much more than simply a focus to protect, sustain and conserve our world’s natural resources. Conservation is also an ethical responsibility that with possessing the privilege of this earth comes with it a duty of maintaining its ecological integrity. America has lost one man that knew this better than most. Director and Chief Scientist at The Habitat …
The Habitat Institute has just completed a 7 month scientific review of the Combined Habitat Assessment Protocols (CHAP) method that followed the National Academy of Sciences process. The review was part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) model review overseen by their Planning Center of Expertise (PCX). The Habitat Institute and the USACE will be working on next …
The Habitat Institute has accepted an invitation to present CHAP to the NRDA West Coast Joint Assessment Team, Seattle, WA.
A small local Oregon paper prints the facts first: http://www.gazettetimes.com/philomathexpress/local/philomath-wildlife-biologist-s-work-reaches-to-the-top/article_428ca64d-ca38-5752-a6f7-214c62442f33.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=email&utm_campaign=user-share
A final CHAP habitat assessment report for the San Francisco Bay South Shoreline project that addresses sea rise issues was submitted and accepted by the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
Northwest Habitat Institute produces its first IBook, A Guide to Oregon and Washington Wetland Wildlife and their Habitats. Schools are able to receive a discount, please contact us.
Northwest Habitat Institute was accepted into Patagonia’s 1% for the Planet program. PDF Announcement
NHI’s Director will be presenting CHAP to the Natural Capital Symposium held at Stanford University. PDF Announcement