Habitat Effectiveness & Restoration results using the Combined Habitat Assessment Protocols:

The habitat assessment of the Rattlesnake Butte 3 restoration study encompasses 173 acres (70 ha) and evaluates 20 polygons. This report discusses baseline conditions prior to any restoration activity. Baseline condition consists of three different habitat types that can describe the site, and they are Westside Oak and Dry Douglas-fir Forest and Woodlands, ponds, and Westside Grasslands. The number of …

Is the Government Ignoring Revolutionary Eco-Tech

An article on the truth of the matter. Featuring The Habitat Institute’s Combined Habitat Assessment Protocols or CHAP science: https://www.corvallisadvocate.com/2021/is-the-government-ignoring-revolutionary-eco-tech/?fbclid=IwAR2-hsZzC447poRSc6FoLSKX7UZ8enVE8Y2WbIv1To5xvbNkArpRDGTaI-w

Giving Tuesday a Generosity Movement.

Join Us! In this global generosity movement “Giving Tuesday” unleashing the power of the people. On December 01, 2020 charity organizations around the world are coming together to encourage the people to do good for our communities and the world. The Habitat Institute’s “Giving Tuesday” Facebook Campaign: https://www.facebook.com/donate/883240529146611/3367015510002699/

Oregon Moves to Function and Value Approach to Wetland Mitigation but Approaches Fall Short in Capturing Biodiversity Values

Oregon’s Department of State Lands has developed a new revised rule, effective April 1, 2019, which move toward functions- and values-based mitigation.  Part of the approach list the Stream Function Assessment Method, however, the method depicted falls way short of the same application used by the Habitat Institute.  The Institute actually applied the Stream Function Assessment as part of the …