“Agents of Change” is an original podcast series of interviews with beaver experts from around the world. How did they get started? Why do they do what they do? How can others follow in their footsteps?
There’s only one animal that changes our environment more than the beavers, and we all know who that is. Beavers are nature’s engineers who can fix much of the environmental damage we inflict. After spending time with pioneers in beaver ecology, advocacy, and management, I started to think that beavers change the lives of the people who work with them as well!
Each episode airs Sunday on this website and will remain available for free downloaded here. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn about the people who made a real difference and the inspiration they received from these “Agents of Change”.
Series Introduction: (Worth A Dam, CA) December 23, 2012
Sherri Tippie (Wildlife 2000, Colorado) January 1, 2012
Skip Lisle (Beaver Deceivers Int’l, Vermont) January 8, 2012
Amanda Parrish (The Lands Council, Washington) January 15, 2012
Leonard Houston (Beaver Advocacy Committee, Oregon) January 22, 2012
Sharon Brown (Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife) January 29, 2012
Mike Callahan (Beaver Solutions) February 05, 2012
Mary O’brien (Grand Canyon Trust) February 19, 2012
Joe Cannon (The Lands Council) February 26, 2012
Suzanne Fouty (Wallowa-Whitman National Forest) March 4, 2012
Michael Pollock (NOAA Fisheries) March 11, 2012
Paul Ramsay (Save the Free Beavers of the River Tay) March 17, 2012
John Hadidian (Humane Society of the United States) March 25, 2012
Jimmy Taylor (APHIS Corvalis OR) April 1, 2012
Ian Timothy (Beaver Creek Episodes) April 7, 2012
Glynnis Hood (University of Alberta, The Beaver Manifesto) July 29, 2012
Bob Arnebeck (Author, Naturalist, New York) September 9, 2012